It is in the 19th century, in Provence, that the first lavender wands appeared. With the development of the perfume industry in Grasse, lavender, until then present in the wild and used mainly for its medicinal properties, began to be cultivated and then distilled to meet the growing demand of perfumers. In parallel to the essential oil, the lavender growers transformed it into handcrafted objects to preserve its perfume.

The lavender wands, hand woven with fresh flowers, is then used in wardrobes, to perfume the linen and protect it from moths. It is also found in the trousseau of the bride and groom, as a symbol of love and happiness.