I decided to sniff through my nips--those tiny glass tubes of vintage perfume samples used as giveaways from about 1930-1950. Not a single aromachemical in this simple but finely blended floral, just real jasmine, orange blossom and rose counterpointed by lily of the valley, a good dose of oakmoss and musk in the base. Grace Mary Chess founded her company in 1932 in New York and created her perfumes herself of natural ingredients. Tapestry was the most famous. I found it so charming I went online and bought a couple of the miniatures still available since I'm sure I'd like to smell like this again.