- Incense box
- Material: wood, ceramic
- Fragrance notes: oriental, leathery & woody
- Includes 80 Otto incense sticks
- Decorated with Pensee design on lid
- Refill incense sticks available separately
- Fornasetti scented candles & scent spheres also available
A beautiful wooden incense box adorned with the striking Pensee design and opening to reveal 80 incense sticks in signature Otto fragrance. Add an ambience to any room by lighting the fragrant stick into the ceramic lid of this unique holder. Created by master perfumer Olivier Polge, this scent is unique and sophisticated, and trascends time, season, gender and borders. The blend of Mediterranean herbs and woody notes has been produced by renowned Japanese manufacturer Nippon Kodo. With refillable incense sticks available separately, choose to revive the Otto scent in your Pensee incense box, or experience a fresh melange of flowers with the Flora refill incense sticks.
Refill Otto incense sticks available separately here.
- Free Standard Delivery to UK Addresses*
- UK Next Working Day delivery is £5.95
- UK Saturday delivery is £9.95
- UK Sunday delivery is £9.95
- Fantastic selection with incredibly fast standard delivery. Easy shopping experience. I'll be purchasing from Amara again.
- as it says Excellent
- They were helpful about accepting the return of the breadbox. I was concerned though that they would stock and sell such a poor quality piece of merchandise. For this reason I am I unlikely to use them again
- I ordered one size and i got another. customer service offered zero solution to the problem and did not even offer to pay for return shipping.
- Incredible service! Fastest delivery I can imagine.
- Great service and follow up
- arrived on time, well packaged.
- But I was not impressed by their returns policy and wouldn't therefore use the company again for shopping on line.
- The service was good. Amara kept me informed all through the order with the courier info etc and was quite quick.
- seems to be a good company sorry they did not put a catalogue in the package .Well parcelled up .Why no catalogue ?