Home fragrances that look like mini sculptures? L'Artisan Parfumeur is sooo on the ball...
BY AMY BRADFORD
L’Artisan Parfumeur’s amber-scented terracotta balls have been a favourite with home-scent connoisseurs since their launch in 1977. Each handmade piece is unique, and is filled with perfumed crystals that diffuse a long-lasting fragrance around your home. Now the French brand has launched 'La Boule de Provence', which is just as pretty, but is made of white terracotta. It’s scented with a fresh, summery southern French blend of lavender, hay, rosemary, tomato leaf and basil, created by Grasse perfumer Jean-Claude Gigodot, who composed the original 'La Boule d'Ambre' scent all those years ago. Available in three sizes, from £50