From 69.00 € White Pearls White Musk - Jasmine
For many centuries, white pearls have been seen as symbols of purity and love. Sprinkled with light pink and white fragments, White Pearls is inspired by the perfection of the pearl, also known as “tears of the gods.”
From 59.00 €
Serengeti Plains Bergamot - Rose
Tanzania’s national Serengeti Park, which means “endless place” in the Masaai language, is the most notorious animal reserve in the world. A land for mating rituals during the season of love, the park is home to the largest concentration of wildlife in Africa.
The White Owl candle, dressed in exquisite white leather is a perfect addition to the sophisticated nature of apartments in Paris, London, and New York.
Covered in precious leather that bears the brand’s signature black and white colors, Ghepardino’s iconic cheetah print adds a fashion touch any interior.
From 82.00 €
Perseus Violet - Cedar - Amber
The Perseus scented candles hand-blown glass is decorated with a printed coral design. An iridescent overlay is then applied in order to enhance the natural shine that emerges once the candle is lit.
Sculptural in nature, the Mysterious Wood Talisman is a silicone object with the capacity to release a fragrance over the course of 4 months, hung by a black grosgrain ribbon in your wardrobe.
For centuries, the island of Zanzibar, located off the coast of Tanzania, has played an important part of the spice trade. Quintessentially exotic, the island offers its visitors an incredible variety of colors and landscapes.
Located in the heart of southern Africa, the Miombo woodlands are an exotic combination of tropical prairies and savannahs. They are home to an incredible fauna, including elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes.
From 92.00 €
Agate Bergamot – Açai berry – Amber
The glass of the scented candle recalls the magic of the Minas Gerais Brazilian stones. Its shapes are placed in a random way according to the dexterity of the craftsman, giving each candle a unique aspect.
The moonstone is known for its mesmerizing interaction with light. For centuries, many thought it showcased different phases of the lunar cycle. In India, the moonstone is seen as the “stone of dreams” bringing incredible visions to those who possess it.