Moro Dabron is a partnership between London-based designers, Austin Moro and Eliza Dabron. Born from a love of romantic interiors and gardens, a kinship with fragrance, and a shared aesthetic sensibility, they carve a ruminative space for the poetics of scent.
With a gentle nod to the work of the late florist and author, Constance Spry, whose own sculptural vessels for the Fulham Pottery pioneered a distinctive style of flower arranging in the 1930s, each twin-handled candle vessel is poured, glazed, and fired in an English pottery. This craftsmanship integrates both austerity and thoughtful regeneration: once burned through, each vessel is intended to become a keepsake for flower stems, a testament to its enduring design. Their scents are uniquely warm and inviting, blending musky undertones with delicate intimations of the natural world. Every scent is distinct in their individual notes, and suitable for all genders.
Moro Dabron’s influences are both epicurean and cerebral, dedicated to an appreciation of classic ideas and thoughtful artistry. Their products are a reminder of the beauty in attentive craftsmanship; of cloistered galleries and fresh gardens; of scent as a philosophical and meditative experience.
"These vessels feel as though you could stumble upon them in an English garden, with each colored ceramic piece revealing a different scent inside." - Jamie Rosen, Wellbeing Editor