Lampe Berger from Heroes & Legacies
Lampe Berger from Heroes & Legacies

Lampe Berger from Heroes & Legacies

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As beautiful as they are functional, Lampe Berger fragrant oil lamps add elegance and good health to any home. The flameless burning of the lamps uses a unique alcohol-based fuel which not only freshens the air but releases one of many available fragrances. The fuels contain essential oils that are made from natural botanical extracts perfuming the air and providing aromatherapy.

Cigar and cigarette smoke, food and pet odors are effectively neutralized and replaced with pleasing scents which enhance
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your home or office and create a healthier living environment.

Lampe Berger aroma diffusers have been regarded for nearly a century as objects of affluence and evolved into prized collectors items. Their beautiful, aesthetic designs are works of art by talented designers such as Galle, Lalique, Daum, and currently Regis Dho. Jean Cocteau and Gabrielle Chanel were fervent collectors of Lampe Berger.

Just as perfumes are blended for the body, Lampe Berger fragrant oils are created for harmony and balance — from sensual, opulent Oriental notes to the invigorating freshness of peppermint or ocean breezes and beyond.

Heroes & Legacies is proud to offer one of the largest selections of Lampe Berger lamps and accessories available online.

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A Brief History
In 1898, Maurice Berger discovered a process to purify the air with the catalytic combustion of ozoalcohol. He filed for a patent and Lampe Berger was born. Initially used only by the medical field for its antibacterial powers, the lamps used methyl alcohol which gave off an odor of formaldehyde on combustion. It was efficient but smelled unpleasant.

In 1927 Berger sold the company to Jean-Jacques Faillot. He changed to ethyl alcohol which has the scent of Apples on combustion. This change moved Lampe Berger into the consumer market. Faillot began collaborating with great bottle designers of the period including Galle, Lalique, Baccarat, Saint-Louis, Sabino and Tharaud.

Today it is a measure of class and exquisite taste in fine homes. You can find Lampe Berges in homes around the world and among some of the most treasured collectibles.

Lampe Berger is proud to be recognized not only for its tradition but also modern scientific approach, with breakthroughs in artistic achievement and scientific innovation. It has always maintained a high level of expertise in the aromatherapy industry and is a forerunner in laboratory-based research and testing encompassing the search for new ingredients, new fragrances and new designs.

Over time, Lampe Berger products have emerged popular with the medical profession, royalty, artists and individuals across the world. Loyal fans of Lampe Berger have even formed a collectors' club to systematically gather the brand's original art pieces. The prestige that Lampe Berger enjoy was not built in a single day -- its products have been 'tried and tested' with time and with a history spanning over a century, leaving little doubt over their superior quality.