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Astier de Villatte • Paris, France

Astier de Villatte Incense

Astier de Villatte Incense

Regular price $60.00
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Made in Japan, designed in France, these 5" long incense sticks burn approximately 30 minutes each.

  • All natural ingredients

  • 125 5.0" L sticks
    Burn time - 30 min.

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VILLA MEDICIS - Lemon Tree Leaves, Lavender, Oregano Flowers, Cedar

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Amagansett, NY 11930

9

Nolita, NYC 10012

29

YAKUSHIMA - Patchouli, Yerbe Maté, Musk, Lavender

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Amagansett, NY 11930

10

Nolita, NYC 10012

52

GRAND CHALET - Milk, Honey, Citrus

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Amagansett, NY 11930

10

Nolita, NYC 10012

14

NAMCHE BAZAR - Black Tea, Tobacco, Hay, Patchouli, Musk, Verbena

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Amagansett, NY 11930

9

Nolita, NYC 10012

41

OULAN BATOR - Leather, Tabacco, Wood Smoke, Ambergris

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Amagansett, NY 11930

7

Nolita, NYC 10012

30

STOCKHOLM - Wild Plants, Aloe, Clove, Lavender, Myrrh

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Amagansett, NY 11930

9

Nolita, NYC 10012

21

AOYAMA - Patchouli, Smoked Wood, Cloves, Moss

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Amagansett, NY 11930

8

Nolita, NYC 10012

17

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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Astier de Villatte

Ivan Pericoli and Benoît Astier de Villatte founded Astier de Villatte in Paris in 1996.

Originally focusing on homewares, including furniture and ceramics, they eventually turned their attention to the olfactory. In order to create truly exceptional scents, they visited the island of Awaji, Japan, which has long been known for making the best incense in the world. Astier de Villatte has since become famous for combining the know-how of Awaji's family workshops with that of the great Parisian perfumers.