Title 500ml
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The Arabian Nights perfume diffuser will release a woody fragrance throughout your home. The glass, decorated with a black and gold silk-screen print, is of exquisite refinement reminiscent of the palaces of the Middle East. The precious pattern, inspired by the famous moucharabieh, gives the bottle a decorative identity nearing that of an object of collection.

Saffron - Oud - Incense The Arabian Nights perfume diffuser will release a woody fragrance throughout your home.
Place all the sticks in the tank and let the diffusion take place. Turn the sticks over if you want to increase the intensity of the fragrance diffusion.

We are making every effort to process your orders as quickly as possible. Delivery is usually made within 3 to 8 business days. However, since delivery services are very busy at this time, we suggest placing your orders early. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about your order at +32 10 84 01 24 or via email at onlinesales@baobabcollection.com.

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