Craftsmen of Provence

Emmanuel Macron chooses Rose and Marius to represent Provence at the Elysée Palace

3 December 2021
Emmanule Macron choisit Rose et Marius pour représenter la Provence

The President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron, has decided to promote the excellence of French know-how. As such, he organizes every year the Great Exhibition of Made in France at the Elysee Palace. The Haute Parfumerie brand Rose et Marius was honored to be chosen to represent the Bouches du Rhône Department.

Rosé wine and fig tree!

Rose et Marius luxury candles have been chosen to represent the Bouches du Rhône department in 2021.

The candle with the red casteu pattern scented with rose wine, the emblematic fragrance of Rose et Marius. This exceptional perfume from the Haute Parfumerie de Grasse was created to represent the exceptional art of living that we are lucky to have in the South of France. Fruity woody notes with top notes of grapes, heart notes of red and black fruits and bottom notes of precious wood reminiscent of oak barrels.

The second candle chosen is an oversize model. A limited and numbered edition of 400 hours of burning. This luxury scented candle is with fig tree. This fragrance is a childhood memory of the designer, Magali, who spent all her summers in Provence with her Grandmother, Rose. She used to nap in the summer under the fig tree, and described wonderfully in this scent the memory of the sun on the leaves of the fig tree.

The artisans of luxury in Provence

Rose et Marius are above all the artisans of Luxury in Provence. Already labeled since 2017 with the label of artisans of Art of Provence. It is now an honor to have been chosen by the Elysee Palace to embody this excellence Made in France because indeed, all collections Rose et Marius are 100% made in France. And made by our exceptional craftsmen.

It took no less than 6 craftsmen to make our luxury refillable candles. Made of fine Limoges porcelain, they are embellished with platinum or real gold, in a limited and numbered edition.

If you want to know more, discover the interview of Magali Fleurquin-Bonnard at the Elysée Palace:

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