Rabih Kayrouz created Secretum, a poetic object of wonders. Inside a cedar wood box, we find three small sculptures – the kind of artifacts that the founders of Diptyque might have brought back after one of their countless journeys: a fragment of a temple, a fossil poppy from the Adonis Valley – the artist’s birthplace -, and a golden fragment from a cedar crown that could have belonged to the legendary King of Byblos. This piece is a tribute to the wood that the ancient civilizations used for building the world’s many wonders: mostly cedar wood shipped via Byblos, the world’s oldest port.

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Diptyque

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Diptyque 60th anniversary – Grand Tour destination
Limited edition of 15 numbered pieces designed by Rabih Kayrouz
Three small sculptures fragment: a model of a temple, a fossilised poppy’s flower and a gold fragment of a cedar crown
Cedar box
Fabrice Pellegrin’s fragrance: smells of coffee and cedarwood, highly evocative of Lebanon

W 20.5 x H 30 cm
W 7.8″ x H 11.8″

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Rabih Kayrouz created Secretum, a poetic object of wonders. Inside a cedar wood box, we find three small sculptures – the kind of artifacts that the founders of Diptyque might have brought back after one of their countless journeys: a fragment of a temple, a fossil poppy from the Adonis Valley – the artist’s birthplace -, and a golden fragment from a cedar crown that could have belonged to the legendary King of Byblos. This piece is a tribute to the wood that the ancient civilizations used for building the world’s many wonders: mostly cedar wood shipped via Byblos, the world’s oldest port.

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