Like the Möbius ribbon, the rounded shapes of this Lampe Berger symbolize infinity and opens up a limitless perfumed universe.
The Lampe Berger Alliance Violet giftset is intergenerational because of its architectural modernity as desired by designer Armand Delsol. The curve and the degraded purple color of the lacquered glass of this catalytic lamp are a real invitation to calm. For an original decoration imbued with softness and a delicately scented atmosphere. The floral fragrance Paris Chic blends the scents of morning dew on the waking city of light with the airy notes of iris and powdery musk. Included in this Lampe Berger Alliance Violet Box, it embodies the French know-how of Maison Berger Paris. Oriental and gourmet fragrances are also to be discovered in the Lampe Berger Alliance Turquoise box as well as in the Lampe Berger Alliance Red box. You are free to personalize your interior with a touch of color and perfume it with the olfactory composition that best suits you.
Lamp sold in a gift set with accessories: wick-burner, heavy shiny silver straight diffuser cap, stopper, and funnel 250ml Paris Chic home fragrance.
Originally developed to purify the air of French hospitals in the late 1800s, by pharmacist technician Maurice Berger, the Lampe Berger quickly became popular with the public. Over its120 years the lamp has been re-envisioned by leading artists and style makers such as Jean Cocteau, Picasso and Coco Chanel ensuring that style and beauty are forever linked with the delicate fragrances of these practical home accessories.
A Lampe Berger uses a catalytic process to purify the air. The stone burner in the wick assembly is ignited for TWO Minutes, then after blowing out the flame, the heated stone is a low-temperature catalytic element that diffuses the fragrances throughout the room. Not using an open flame means that the lamp is safer to use than scented candles and unlike candles, the fragrances are diffused more efficiently into the room without being destroyed by the flame.
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