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Essential Paris

Continue your trip around Paris with this Essential set that gathers for you some small Parisian treasures.


 PARIS HONEY “miel de Paris”,4,40 oz,  limited production by Audric de Campeau, parisian beekeeper

 A surprising product from the beehives location the roof tops of the celebrated Paris Opera house. Beyond the exceptional quality of this honey, do not forget that the bee was the symbol of the Napoleonic Empire.

Let yourself be seduced by the flamboyant colour of this pure honey and its specific fragrance. 

HOME FRAGRANCE  3,38 fl oz “REVE D’OSSIAN”1900, Oriza L.Legrand perfumery

 Founded in 1720 during the reign of Louis XV, the perfumes of Oriza were first introduced at the Court of Louis XVI by Queen Marie Antoinette who was known for her extreme refinement. Oriza also provided scents to many foreign Courts as well as the Court of Napoleon III. The firm re-opened three years ago.

“Rêve d’Ossian” is a home fragrance featuring the woody notes of pine, sandalwood and incense. It’s soothing fragrance will bring back memories of your trip to Paris. 

ART DECO TEA TOWEL PARIS 100% COTTON, Le Jacquard Français

Timeless and sophisticated, enjoy this upscale linen from “Le Jacquard Français”, a company that has existed since 1888. 

A Paris cloth with golden colours 27,55×19,68 in 100% cotton; for all lovers of vintage Parisian metro stations, bistro chairs and the Eiffel Tower. 

A box full of scents, made in France in a precious and delicate way in order to pursue an unexpected trip. 


2 COOKIE PLATES, 5,11 in, «Monuments of Paris», Gien

 For over 200 years, the Faïence of Gien has represented the purest tradition of French table ware. With skills,   Gien is today a member of the prestigious Comité Colbert, a symbol of luxury and excellence.

Display on your table those two cookie plates, fill them with sweets, have a coffee, or a tea … and remember… Paris. 


 Created in January 2014 thanks to the will of a writer, the Menthol editions are texts written in a specific moment, perhaps in a few seconds, to describe and evoke fleeting yet unique feelings.What better way to capture a moment than this sketchbook, illustrated by Jacques Caspard.

With this small travelbook, filled with your own annotations, recreate the feeling of being at a café terrace on the Place du Tertre, or on a Parisian bench in the shade of a chestnut tree. Then dive into your daydreams, and  your memories… 



 Postcards with illustrations were first introduced in 1873 and quickly became popular,especially during the Universal Exhibition of 1889 during which a postcard representing theEiffel Tower was sold. From 1904 onwards, postcards helped photography spread worldwide.A way to share your travel experiences with others or simply a souvenir of one’s trip, the postcard remains the quintessential symbol of an enjoyable voyage. Enjoy these two postcards. 

In this Essential box, only fragrances, pleasure, and bliss. 



11,81 x 7,87 in, by Laurent Villaron

 Niepce, Daguerre, Cartier-Bresson, Magnum… France has a long history related to photograph and Paris–the City of Light–remains one of its great inspirations.

Admire and keep this black and white photograph exclusively taken for Petits Trésors de France by a Parisian photographer. A picture of the Eiffel Tower taken from the Alexandre III Bridge, a symbol of French romanticism. 

Once upon a time… Paris, at your service.