• Alabaster Conversation in a Park

Alabaster Conversation in a Park

of Gainsborough by the perfumer Dorothée Piot

Sour touches of peppermint and bergamot in an imposing bouquet of Ottoman roses.

HK$ 900.00 tax incl. HK$ 900.00

HK$ 900.00
  • Description

    The Alabaster is a novel mode of fragrance diffusion, heat-less and steam-less, imbued with great perfuming power. Its name derives from the Greek vases that were once used to preserve the fragrant oils necessary for body care – the earliest perfumes –, whose porous terra cotta would hold in the exquisite emanations. The Alabaster is made up of a painted porcelain box, and of a frugally carved piece of exceptionally porous sedimentary stone, whose structure is extremely finely honeycombed. The impressive absorption coefficient of this layered mineral makes it the best and simplest of containers.


    Cupboards, wardrobes, bathrooms, cars as well as rooms medium and small are perfumed with l’Officine’s scents.


    Attempt to find the secret gateway to Narnia in the back of a large wardrobe. Read peacefully, to the sound of one of Chopin’s Études. Feel inspired again. Lose yourself in the immensity of your imagination.


    Behind the green, sylvan curtain of a theatre of the tender touch, a ray of sunlight, redolent of berries and citrus, illuminates the temple of the soul. On a carpet of peppermint, the silky petals of the dress unfold like the heart of a rose; a flush rises to the cheeks. In the air, sweet nothings float.

  • How to use

    "Pour 1/3 of the perfume concentrate onto the stone. The fragrant formulation naturally releases its aromas when the pretty box of white and blue porcelain remains open. The Alabaster will efficiently and lastingly fill rooms medium and small with fragrance. Nota bene: pour the perfume concentrate with caution. Should it come in contact with your hands, rinse abundantly!"

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