Outstanding as a icon of the Renaissance, L’Oeuf blends the softness of unglazed ceramics with the strength of a satin-black, turned wooden frame. L’Oeuf was influenced by the ancient ‘Cabinets of Curiosities,’ the great discovery routes and the glorification of the animal kingdom.
Trvdon L’Oeuf Cyrnos
Cabinets of curiosities (also known in German as Kunstkabinett, Kunstkammer or Wunderkammer; also Cabinets of Wonder and Wonder-rooms) were collections of remarkable objects. Originally, the term cabinet described a room rather than a piece of furniture. Current terms will categorise items included as belonging to natural history (sometimes forged), geology, ethnography, archaeology, religious or historical artefacts, works of art (including cabinet paintings), and antiques. The modern curiosity cabinet appeared in the sixteenth century, while more primitive collections existed earlier.
The collection consists of: an unglazed ceramic egg, a painted wooden frame, 8 reeds, a 300 ml bottle of fragrance and a funnel. Lasting more than 3 months of diffusion.
The fragrance is made up of Head Notes of Lemon, Myrtle, Thyme. The Heart Notes are Black fig, Cedarwood, Lavender, Pine and the Base Notes are Cashmere Wood, Musk, Patchouli.