The willow grouse is distinguished by its use of camouflage as protection against predators, changing its plumage from light brown in summer to snow white in winter.
These delightful glass birds are individually mouth-blown glass creations. Like the natural birds they represent, it’s the tiny differences that give each and every glass bird its very own personality. A new bird has joined the collection every year since Toikka’s tiny Flycatchers first took flight in 1972. There are currently over 400 birds in the collection. The lovely little glass bird is the perfect gift for any occasion and a beautiful addition to any home.
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Agraria's signature fragrance is a complex and subtle blend that permeates the air with addictive waves of Clove, the zest of Bitter Orange and just a touch of Cypress. It’s unique, spicy fragrance has been described by The New York Times as “uplifting, mysterious and androgynous in its appeal.” As the fragrant essential oils are absorbed through the cotton wick, the oil as the scent diffuses into the air.
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Our unique and deeply aromatic blend of French Lavender and Italian Rosemary is enriched with the zest of Bergamot and a few drops of English Amber. As the fragrant essential oils are absorbed through the cotton wick, the oil as the scent diffuses into the air.
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Bright and brisk, Lemon Verbena evokes the fresh, clear exuberance of lemon-scented Verbena leaves, enhanced with a touch of Caribbean Lime and hints of Rose and Jasmine. As the fragrant essential oils are absorbed through the cotton wick, the oil as the scent diffuses into the air.
Known for its minimalist approach to luxury—through the use of unique fabrics, traditional couture methods, innovative technology, and modern photo-prints—Swiss label Akris has been in business for nearly a century, attracting a clientele as diverse as Condoleezza Rice, Angelina Jolie, and Princess Charlène of Monaco. This volume encapsulates the brand’s singular aesthetic, with the many artistic references of Albert Kriemler.