Pomanders

The English word “pomander” comes from the French “pomme d’ambre”, meaning “apple of amber” or “ball of ambergris”, i.e. a ball made of perfumes that originated in the 15th Century and was used to hang on a belt or around the wearer’s neck. We have amassed a cavalcade of versatile designs of pomanders for you to fill them with best combinations of your favourite essential oil blends. Pair them with fragrances of your choice and feel the spirit of the ancient “pomme d’ambre”!

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