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(Baux-de-Provence, c. 1764) 

With ambergris, oakmoss, powdered tobacco, labdanum resin, muguet, suede, and honeybush

Imagine for a moment being a devout Catholic aristocrat residing at court, pondering questions of rebirth while looking into the limpid eyes of a newborn child. "It is not more surprising to be born twice than once; everything in nature is resurrection." Here Voltaire playfully subverts the spiritual authority of the Roman Catholic Church by summoning the idea of reincarnation - a notion made fashionable in his time by the increasingly relevant philosophical heritage of Plato and the mystery schools of Ancient Greece. 

8 oz.

Presented in our signature bisque porcelain vessel floating in a lucite cube, created to evoke an ancient artifact on display

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(Baux-de-Provence, c. 1764) 

With ambergris, oakmoss, powdered tobacco, labdanum resin, muguet, suede, and honeybush

Imagine for a moment being a devout Catholic aristocrat residing at court, pondering questions of rebirth while looking into the limpid eyes of a newborn child. "It is not more surprising to be born twice than once; everything in nature is resurrection." Here Voltaire playfully subverts the spiritual authority of the Roman Catholic Church by summoning the idea of reincarnation - a notion made fashionable in his time by the increasingly relevant philosophical heritage of Plato and the mystery schools of Ancient Greece. 

8 oz.

Presented in our signature bisque porcelain vessel floating in a lucite cube, created to evoke an ancient artifact on display

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Naiad

(Roman Empire, c. 2nd century AD)

Iced Egyptian mint, frozen shiso, vanilla, elemi, olibanum, jasmine auriculatum, vetiver
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Thaleia

(Athenian, c. 140-160 AD)

Tuberose absolute, gardenia, orange blossom, jasmine sambac, aqua marine, bigarade, Sicilian cypress, cedar
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