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Mediterranean aromas

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Standing out as a symbol of the Renaissance, L’Œuf combines the softness of unglazed ceramic and the strength of a satin-black, turned wood stand.

L'Œu’f is inspired by ancient ‘Cabinets of Curiosities’, great exploration routes and the glorification of the animal kingdom. More than 3 months of diffusion

The set is composed of : an unglazed ceramic egg, a painted wooden stand, 8 reeds, a 300ml bottle containing the fragrance and a funnel.

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In its aromatic citrus garden, the sunny Cyrnos villa welcomed the flamboyant upper crust of early-20th century high society. Queens, poets and artists met in the shade of fig trees and parasol pines. They enjoyed a fabulous view and the easy life so typical of the blue Mediterranean shores. The villa benefited from Roquebrune’s air of scented lavender mixed with the dry aromas of Provence.
H: 40 cm Ø: 10 cm
Head Notes
Lemon, Myrtle, Thyme
Heart Notes
Cedarwood, Black fig, Lavender, Pine
Base Notes
Cashmere Wood, Musk, Patchouli

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L’Œuf - Cyrnos

In 1894, Empress Eugénie decided to have constructed one of the most beautiful villa of Cap Martin on the Côte d’Azur. She named it Villa Cyrnos and created a semi-desert, mineral, contrasted and fragrant garden. Pines, the Cap’s typical trees, were planted as well as olive and fig trees. In this magnificent garden, the Empress welcomed the great names of an aging, nostalgic European aristocracy but also avant-garde artists and intellectuals.
created by Dimitri Smilenko
Dimitri Smilenko is an image creator that has always dabbled in objects as well. After several lamps, sconces, rugs, ephemeral garden chairs and tables, it was coming into contact with Maison Trudon that gave him the idea to fragrance interiors in a different way. L’Œuf is the result of a precisely perfected process and is inspired by the ornamental ostrich eggs of 17th and 18th century curio cabinets. It revisits this theme not only in a decorative sense, but also with an olfactive dimension.