The Baobab Collection à Saint Tropez scented candle is decorated with a multicolored and gold silkscreen print based on the roofs of this village’s homes and featuring its mythical bell tower.8cm | 190gr | 1 wick | Burning 30h
The Ocean Drive scented candle is decorated with a screen-printed graphic pattern inspired by artist Peter Halley’s work. The candle's design is an abstract interpretation of the neon colors of Ocean Drive's windows.8cm | 190gr | 1 mecha | Burning 30h
The Cuir de Russie scented candle is named after a famous legend that tells the story of the extraordinary perfume that emerged when the tsar’s cavalry rubbed their boots against birch bark. This scented candle, with hand-blown glass painted in a delicate cognac color, will fit into any of your interiors as a beautiful object both powerful and masculine.
The 500 ml Cyprium fragrance diffuser comes in a copper metallic glass with a black and gold Bakelite cap. Its classic and elegant allure will allow it to take its place discretely in every room. *The perfume and sticks are included 500ml | 16.9fl.oz | 7.48in
$210 LIGHTER ORANGE
Bright orange full-grain leather adorns the Baobab Collection lighter so as to bring a unique touch of color to your interiors. A torch flame has been designed by the best of engineers in order to light larger candles. *The lighter is sold empty with a gas refill included.
The citrus home fragrance diffuser Calypso is made of glass, subtly coated in orange and grey scrollwork. It is a decorative object with a citrus scent, for homes where muses feast with heroes. The scent of thyme and citrus - blood orange and mandarin scents - fill the home from a delicately engraved bakelite cap. *The perfume and sticks are included...
The raffia candle sleeve adorning the hand decorated candle Andriva was crocheted by a women's co-operative on the island of Madagascar. Around this scented candle for the home, pink fish have been depicted on an orange raffia background that celebrates the world of the sea. This floral, sea salt candle is named for the Malagasy term 'to fish on a line'...