Scented candle for the Guild of Bankers and money-changers
TOP NOTE: lime, tangerine, bergamot
MIDDLE NOTE: basil leaves, lilac, iris
BASE NOTE: thyme, vetiver, patchouli
Sparkling and pungent like the passage of coins from one hand to another; the combination of mandarin orange and basil awakens the desire for great ideas and the risk of diving into something new and unknown in search of success.
Arte del Cambio (1202): The Florentines excelled in this activity, which consisted in exchanging the numerous foreign currencies with that of Florence (gold florin), in granting loans and in sending currency from one country to another by means of “letters of exchange”, a method which became widespread to safely transfer large amounts of money.
Recommended for: Kitchen | Entrance | Day Area | Night Area | Bathroom