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La Promeneuse

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La Promeneuse is a decorative object designed to diffuse the Trudon fragrances. After placing a cameo in the ceramic dish, light a night-light beneath it. The heated cameo will melt and spread its fragrance rapidly into the air. La Promeneuse allows to easily change fragrances. 4 scented cameos (Abd El Kader, Ernesto, Cyrnos and Joséphine) and 4 night lights are included in La Promeneuse.

H: 29 cm Ø: 10.5 cm

Setting it up :

- Always place the Promeneuse on a perfectly flat surface away from children, animals, drafts and curtains.

- Never place the Promeneuse on or near a heat source.

- Place the ceramic dish on the brass cradle.

- Place the spoon on the dish in the center.

- Place a perfumed cameo on the spoon.

- Lift the glass piece and place a small candle in the place destined for it under the Promeneuse and light it.

- Delicately replace the glass piece.

Precautions :

- Never try to raise or move the Promeneuse when it is still lit or when there is still melted wax in the dish.

- The temperature of the brass spoon increases along with the cameo wax. Don’t touch the spoon when the wax is still liquid.

- The Promeneuse is only to be used for perfumed cameos and Trudon candles.

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created by Pauline Deltour
Shooting star in the world of design, Pauline Deltour was born in 1983, in Landerneau, France. She passed away in Paris in 2021 at the age of 38, at the height of her art. She graduated from ENSAD (Ecole Nationale Supérieur des Arts Décoratifs) in 2007 and worked for 4 years for Konstantin Grcic in Munich. She later opened Studio Pauline Deltour in Paris in 2010. The materials and their properties were Pauline Deltour’s prime source of inspiration. She created shapes that reflected sturdiness, functionality, as well as poetry and sensitivity. An iron fist in a velvet glove is how she drove all the projects she worked on. They ranged from tableware to furniture for public and private spaces. An exigence that extended to her choices of clients: Puiforcat, Lexon, Alessi, Sogo & Seibu, LaCie, Böwer, MUJI, BREE, Designerbox, Kvadrat, Japan Creative, Arita, White Bird Paris, Balmain, WallpaperLab, Trudon and many more.