I Profumi del Marmo, fragrances inspired by the white gold of the Apuan Alps

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I Profumi del Marmo ® are five fragrances inspired by the white gold of the Apuan Alps: Calacatta®, Statuario®, Arabescato®, Portoro® and Bianco Carrara®. Five olfactory declinations dedicated to extraordinary marbles that are extracted in the best groung of the Apuan territory. A unique place, where the sea embraces the mountain and the stone is the primary source of inspiration, capable of being a work even before being touched by the hand of many artists who have heard the voice to draw countless masterpieces.

The power of the mountain and the sound of the sea are transformed into suggestions that emerge as soon as you try these essences, able to wear completely, like an invisible dress and transport far, among those prodigious rocks, giving a deep feeling of well-being.

excellence-magazine-profumi-del-marmoexcellence-magazine-profumi-del-marmoexcellence-magazine-profumi-del-marmoI Profumi del Marmo® collection is enriched with three new fragrances in limited edition Eminentia®, Bugia®, Rosso Verona®. Three new intense olfactory experiences that originate from the world of marble and that from here lead in a journey with five senses with a strong imaginative power.

A refined packaging, characterized by elegant glass packaging crowned with top made of marble inspired by the fragrances, enhances the charisma and completes its charm. A true expression of luxury, I Profumi del Marmo® links together tradition and research, sumptuousness and purity, for a refined client who loves minimalism and beauty.

All the fragrances of I Profumi del Marmo® are made with excellent raw materials Eau de Parfume.

www.iprofumidelmarmo.com

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