The candle version of the sweet and delicious fragrance, created for Papier d’Arménie by perfumer Francis Kurkdjian. This beautifully understated soy and beeswax wax candle is poured into a frosted glass votive and invokes the heady scent of roses from Tunisia and Iran.
- Handmade in France
- Scent - delicately sweet, heady rose
- Eco soy and beeswax
- Approx 40 hours burn time
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Add some subtle warmth, light and joy to your space and create a gentle atmosphere of well-being to any room.
The Papier d’Arménie® candles were designed by Francis Kurkdjian. Environmentally sound, they are made from 100% vegetable (soy) and beeswax with a cotton wick and will burn for around 40 hours.
Burning advice - before first burning wick has to be cut to 1cm, once lit let the candle burn until most of the surface is liquid.
Cut the wick 1cm short before each burn.
Burn the candle no longer than 3-4 hours at a time under supervision.
Keep out of draft and reach of children.
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