Scented candle from Fornasetti featuring a ceramic container printed with vivid vertical bands of colours, the latest interpretation of the famous face of Fornasetti muse Lina Cavalieri taken from the Fornasetti series “Tema e Variazioni”. The candle features a sophisticated and unique scent created by master perfumer Olivier Polge. It makes use of ingredients that are of personal significance to Barnaba - Mediterranean herbs that were found in and around the family home, woods often utilised in interiors design or pieces of furniture created by Fornasetti and other more ethereal ingredients such as incense.
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: FGRN1900SC
Farfetch ID: 10278119
- ceramic 100%
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Fornasetti’s reproduction of Lina Cavalieri’s face on everyday objects such as plates and trays blends a flair for surrealist art and homeware, with humour and elegance. The company is now run by Fornasetti’s son Barnaba, who has added new collections which contribute to the eclectic style of his father, who sadly passed away in the 1980’s.