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Earl Of East Jardin De La Lune Home Mist

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Earl Of East Jardin De La Lune Home Mist
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Earl Of East Jardin De La Lune Home Mist
£20.00

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Jardin De La Lune is inspired by the gardens of Grand Trianon in Versailles, which was commissioned by Louis XIV in 1670 as a retreat away from palace life. Tuberoses were grown in clay pots by the hundreds to ensure the floral scent covered the grounds entirely.

With a blend of deep tuberose, paired with top notes of blackberry leaf and bergamot, and a base of aromatic cade, Earl of East’s home mist will ensure your home smells as lovely as the garden that influenced it.

100ml

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£20.00
Jardin De La Lune is inspired by the gardens of Grand Trianon in Versailles, which was commissioned by Louis XIV in 1670 as a retreat away from palace life. Tuberoses were grown in clay pots by the hundreds to ensure the floral scent covered the grounds entirely.

With a blend of deep tuberose, paired with top notes of blackberry leaf and bergamot, and a base of aromatic cade, Earl of East’s home mist will ensure your home smells as lovely as the garden that influenced it.

100ml
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Earl of East London is a multi-sensory lifestyle brand, inspired by travel and handmade in London. It is often said that your sense of smell can unlock memories and transport you to places you had long forgotten, but what if you could travel through scent? Earl of East London has an edited range of multi-sensory products to allow you to bring a little of what the world has to offer, home with you. Inspired by travel, created in London.
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