French Lavender Wand
Fuseau de Lavande. Lost craft of understated elegance.
French Lavender wands date back to the 18th century where they were made by weaving delicate ribbons & stems of lavender. In France, lavender wands or batons were given to a bride as good luck. We use Lavendula x intermedia ‘Grosso’ and ‘Phenomenal’ flower stems, which has the highest concentration of essential oil of all the French lavenders. The wands are ideal for drawers & closets as a moth repellant, keeping clothes & linen smelling fresh.
The fragrance can be released by gently squeezing the woven bottle, releasing the aromatic essential oils. Enhaling this aroma aids in clearing the mind, while calming and soothing the senses. Available in 3 colours.
Made with: lavender, ribbon.
Size: approx. 6" long.
I met Catherine from FTGS, on Instagram back in 2018 and was immediately taken by her passion and sense of understated elegance. Life took her in different directions but all the roads seemed to have led this amazing lady to her later vision which resulted in an amazing lavender farm, created from scratch. You say "lavender" and you have my attention but Catherine's handmade products occupy a special place in my heart. They add a warm touch of elegance to any home. Well, they feel like home ...