The indigenous diffuser flowers are all hand sculpted porcelain mounted on bamboo, becoming a delightful reusable addition to any room diffuser.
Please account for slight natural variances as this product is handmade.
Flowers: King Protea - South Africa’s national flower is a striking bloom that represents courage and diversity. Ushering up thoughts of summer in Africa, the King Protea is the perfect addition to any home diffuser; Blushing Bride - Part of the Protea family, this radiant bloom is native to South Africa and is one of the most popular wedding flowers, adding a unique charm to your home; Clivia - Also known as the Bush Lily, the vibrant and bright Clivia is indigenous to Southern Africa and promises to bring a timeless feel to your space; Namaqua Daisy - Also known as the African Daisy, this cheeky little flower blooms after the first rains, spreading beauty across the desert landscape of the Namaqualand Flower Route; Agapanthus - This ‘Lily of the Nile’ is made up of many individual flowers that burst from a single bud to for luxurious lilac clusters. Symbolising love and fertility, it’s sure to bring warmth and tenderness.
Material: Porcelain & bamboo.
Care Instructions: 1. Pop flowers straight into your room diffuser to absorb and diffuse the oil. 2. To reuse, soak bamboo sticks in boiling water with a heaped tablespoon of salt for 1 hour, making sure the water reaches the top of the reeds (flower heads don’t need to be soaked). 3. After soaking, let the reeds dry naturally. Once completely dry, pop them into your new diffuser.
Mother and daughter team Purely Porcelain, creates a range of handmade porcelain jewellery, tableware and decor items out of their studio at Imhoff Farm, Kommetjie.