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Creations Dragonfly

Topography Cigar Box

7 500

Limited edition: 5 pieces

 

L 38 x W 23 x H 14 cm

L 15″ x W 9″ x H 5.5″

 

Cigar box in ash marquetry with a mahogany lining and suede trimming

Handmade in France

Production lead time: 8 weeks

 

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Product Description

This cigar box bears the precise topography of the largest ponds in the Domaine des Etangs on its ash lid. Inside, the mahogany which carries the moist memory of a rich and plentiful nature will kindly preserve your cigars.

Creations Dragonfly

Creations Dragonfly

Le Domaine des Étangs is a resort unlike any other: a “guestcastle”, a luxurious spa, a Zen haven, a place of exquisite and discreet elegance... Recently opened, the restoration and refurbishment of this magnificent 11th century castle, nestled in a vast natural park graced by the presence of a fantastic pond, lasted five years. It was when meeting all the local craftsmen who worked on the estate’s renovation, that Garance Primat, the ever-so-chic owner of the castle, had the idea of asking them to lend their expert hands to the making of a collection of home objects, thus promoting their unparalleled skills and know-how.

Under the artistic helm of designer Stéphane Parmentier and in close collaboration with Garance Primat, the artisans have created a series of works inspired by the traditional local crafts : Créations Dragonfly. The collection fully embodies Primat’s philosophical approach: the harmonious relation between man and nature, the transmission of knowledge and values, the emotion of beauty, the poetry of fragility, the eternal return of things... 

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