Arquiste Fleur de Louis
June 1660, Isle of Pheasants, Basque region, on the French-Spanish border.
To ensure peace between them, two Royal Courts converge at a richly-appointed pavilion built of freshly cut Pine and Cedar wood. From the French side, in a golden aura of Iris, Rose and Jasmine, emerges a young Louis XIV, all starched and composed, eager to catch a glimpse of his new bride, the Infanta Maria Teresa.
Orange Blossom, Florentine Orris, Jasmine, Cedar wood
Developed with Rodrigo Flores-Roux