Information on cookies uses cookies to distinguish you from all other users when you use the website, in order to improve navigation and safely provide a functional sales service. A cookie is a very small file that is downloaded from the server of an Internet site, through your browser, to the static memory of your navigation device. The precise function of the cookie is to associate all operations made on the site during navigation with the unique user “keeper” of the cookie.

Types of cookies:

The current legislation has identified certain types of cookies:
First-party cookies, or owner’s, and third-party cookies, installed by means of other websites.
Depending on the function, cookies are divided into technical, analytical and profiling.

Example of use of a cookie:

You enter the site and a technical cookie is stored from your browser on your PC. You browse anonymously and insert products in the cart, then exit the site.
After a few days you enter the site again, the browser resends your cookie to our server, by which the browser you used earlier is detected, allowing you to continue your purchase from where you left it.

Acceptance of cookies

At the first access to the site, a banner with a short information on cookies which contains a quick summary of this page, a banner with a “close” button and a link that refers to this “extended information” are highlighted.

The user accepts the use of cookies if they run the site, or continue to browse, or close the banner containing the brief statement.

In the extended information, which you are reading now, is described in as much detail possible which cookies we use, the function they have and how to disable them.

Cookies used on

Owner’s technical cookies:

Cookies generated by WordPress software and WooCommerce, the engine of e-Commerce, that allow Antiche Fragranze to work with all its features and functions.

Third-party analytical cookies:

Google Analytics cookies (made anonymous) for statistics collection and web analytics (e.g. counting daily users) on the site.

Other cookies and third-party services:

Some third-party code modules and portions installed on the site could generate cookies or require their own cookies that you have already received from other Internet sites.

Disabling cookies

The user can disable and/or delete cookies directly from his browser settings, but it is good to know that turning off cookies may lead to problems in the functionality of the site.