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leather + tobacco
Under the fixed sun of the revolution, the fierce and partisan overtones of leather and tobacco meddle with the paneling’s waxen silence. In the cool dimness, fawn grimaces shimmer along with the smoke of cigars and the barrels of guns.
Cire Trudon's newest range of alluring candles features white, luminescent vessels sculpted out of single blocks of delicate alabaster with matching tops. Praised since antiquity by Greeks, Egyptians, and Romans, alabaster is a soft stone that symbolizes elegance, finesse and immaculate whiteness. Glorified by the candle’s flame, the translucent alabaster welcomes a halo of light, transforming this beautifully scented candle into a one-of-a-kind, sculptural interior element.
Base notes: Amber, Leather, Moss, Tobacco
Leave your candle burning until the entire top layer is liquefied, and do that every time you light it. This will allow you to fully enjoy your Cire Trudon candle until the end, by preventing the wax from tunneling. You also want to center the wick back into its original position from time to time (before the wax sets again) and trim it before and after every use
Your candle should not be burned for more than 3 hours at a time during the first third, then for 1 to 2 hours afterward.
Historic French candle makers Cire Trudon have been producing the world's finest perfumed candles since their inception in 1643. The oldest wax-producing factory worldwide, Cire Trudon was once the provider of the royal court of Louis XIV and Versaille during the French Revolution, a true testaments to the superior craftsmanship and fragrances with which each candle is produced.
Manufactured at the Trudon workshop in Normandy using unrivaled know-how inherited from master candle makers, their vegetable + beeswax candles are renowned worldwide. Each scent is encapsulated in an elegant, hand-blown glass vessel adorned with the Trudon blazon: the Maison Trudon emblematic product.
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