The Grand Palais scented candle bears a 9-karat gold, black, and color stylized print that draws on the vaulted ceiling’s graphic lines. We hope that this candle, as it shines in your interiors, will take you on a dreamy promenade under this magical vaulted ceiling.
Three models of the Gatsby fragrance diffuser are available in a hand-blown engraved glass in a deep green color. Decorative and precious, this limited edition collection of Gatsby Totem diffusers will fit into classic interiors as collection pieces. The ceramic cap, handmade by our artisans in Portugal, draws inspiration from a floral motif with a...
The Gentlemen home fragrance diffuser is covered with platinum and navy blue silkscreen print, with colors borrowed from the male wardrobe. The bottle is topped with a black bakelite cap engraved with a root motif. A dome at the bottom of the bottle bears the same motif, visible through the glass’ transparency as it adds a sophisticated touch to the object.
The Feathers Masaai home fragrance diffuser is covered with a screen-printed fresco by artist Yann Legendre.
Chinese ink has long been a prestigious and unique material, made more desirable by the mystery that surrounds its ancestral recipe. Admired by artists and philosophers, it is a material often attributed to calligraphy, as its intense black marks its surface permanently
From 62.00 €
White Rhino Sandalwood - Vetiver
The White Rhino scented candle’s wax evokes, by its color, the mythical animal that inspired it. Its glass sports a subtly iridescent shade of grey that reinforces the decorative nature of this unique object.
145.00 € Lighter Croco Black
Black leather with a crocodile effect adorns the Baobab Collection lighter, turning it into an elegant object meant for exhibition. Its 18 cm length allows for an ideal grip to light large candles, in conjunction with an efficient and contemporary torch flame. *The lighter is sold empty with a gas refill included.
From 72.00 €
Cuir de Russie Musk - Leather
According to legend, Russian leather first appeared at the time of the tsars. Having galloped through the endless steppes of Russia, a Cossack warrior gathered around a campfire at nightfall with his fellow riders. He then came up with the idea of rubbing his leather boots with birch bark to make them waterproof. This diffused an extraordinary smell that...