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Fornasetti

Architettura scented room spray

Product Code   101200994


Artistically brilliant with Piero Fornasetti's iconic use of serigraphic printing technique, this room spray makes a beautiful object of desire with a minutely illustrated architectural graphic. Pleasing in multiple senses, it releases a refreshing floral fragrance created by master perfumer Olivier Polge. The vessel itself can be used as a container for your precious trinkets.

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Artistically brilliant with Piero Fornasetti's iconic use of serigraphic printing technique, this room spray makes a beautiful object of desire with a minutely illustrated architectural graphic. Pleasing in multiple senses, it releases a refreshing floral fragrance created by master perfumer Olivier Polge. The vessel itself can be used as a container for your precious trinkets.
  • Volume: 100ml
  • Scent: Otto
  • Top notes: Thyme and lavender
  • Middle notes: Orris and cedarwood
  • Base notes: Tolu balsam, incense, birch, styrax, and labdanum
  • Black and white trompe-l'oeil Roman amphitheatre-inspired serigraphic print on ceramic container with lid
  • Matte-silver spray bottle with black label
  • Made in Italy
  • Diameter 7.5cm / Height 18.5cm
  • Handle with care

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