From 82.00 €
Donna Berries – Leather - Tuberose
An ode to Donna Summers, also known as the queen of Disco. Her legacy includes epic songs like “I Feel Love” and “Hot Stuff". Inspired by Donna Summers’ feline allure, the Donna scented candle is poured into a glass container with a handmade metallic set of colors ranging from a copper gold to a deep blue.
From 69.00 €
Cuir de Russie Musk - Leather
According to legend, Russian leather first appeared at the time of the tsars. Having galloped through the endless steppes of Russia, a Cossack warrior gathered around a campfire at nightfall with his fellow riders. He then came up with the idea of rubbing his leather boots with birch bark to make them waterproof. This diffused an extraordinary smell that...
From 59.00 €
Zanzibar Spices Cinnamon - Curcuma
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.
For centuries the Masaai, a tribe native to Tanzania, have been wearing red as their traditional color. This nomadic tribe usually wears red capes, a color that is both a representation of the desert earth and the intense sun.
The Art Nouveau Brussels scented candle draws its inspiration from celebrated Belgian architect Victor Horta’s iconic cast-iron vaulted balconies. Its black and gold graphic, hand-printed by our artisans, also includes shapes from paisley textile patterns.
With details that reference fine jewelry, the Brussels Art Deco scented candle’s applied pattern is based on a stained glass window designed by the notorious Belgian architect Victor Horta.
Our Christmas scented candle celebrates Brussels. A stained glass inspired print is delicately applied to the glass by hand.
Chinese ink has long been a prestigious and unique material, made more desirable by the mystery that surrounds its ancestral recipe. Admired by artists and philosophers, it is a material often attributed to calligraphy, as its intense black marks its surface permanently