APOTHEKE FRAGRANCE

Incense Holder Brass | Nagiko Makino

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  • Material: brass
  • Dimension: W 8cm / D 13cm / H 5.5cm
  • Packaging: Gift box
  • Design: Nagiko Makino
  • Handmade in Japan

Description

A high quality incense holder made from original apothecary brass.
The product design is by sculptor Nagiko Makino. Each piece is handmade.

Each stand is gelled in a beautiful cardboard box.

Keita Sugasawa values high-quality materials and eco-friendly craftsmanship. Every single product is carefully hand-finished in the atelier, focusing on a high-quality production system with small quantities.

The Makers

APOTHEKE FRAGRANCE is a handcrafted fragrance brand that manufactures its products in its own factory in Chiba, Japan, where all processes from formulation to production and packaging are carried out. The brand name APOTHEKE means "pharmacy" in German, a place where perfumes and medicinal herbs are made. "The brand name APOTHEKE means "pharmacy" in German.

About 10 years ago, Keita Sugasawa, the founder of the brand, was inspired and impressed by the many perfumeries in the countries he visited. After working in a perfumery to learn about fragrances from scratch, he opened a studio in his hometown in Chiba Prefecture in 2011 and started his own brand of handmade room fragrances.

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