Cire Trudon Cire Candle
A soft blend of bergamot, cinnamon, sandalwood, brings out the scent of beeswax absolute. The Cire Candle is an olfactory representation of Cire Trudon, filled in a special edition amber coloured glass, the only candle of the brand that uses beeswax.
Bees and beeswax have always been at the heart of Cire Trudon’s history. Since the 17th century, Cire Trudon’s motto has been “Deo regique laborant”, meaning “they (the bees) work for God and the King”.
Cire Trudon have partnered with the Orne Black Bee Conservancy, 4% of all sales of Cire candles will go towards the providing new hives and saving of endangered Orne Black Bees.
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Honey • Sandalwood Essential Oil
Top | Bergamot, Honey, Waxed wood
Heart | Beeswax Absolute, Cinnamon Essential Oil, Sandalwood Essential Oil
Base | Musk, Patchouli Essential Oil, Tonka Beans, Vanilla
- Size: 270G
- Dimensions: H10.5 cm x ∅9 cm
- Burn time: 55 - 65 hours
Wax Formulas | the fruit of specific developments which are the source of its exceptional olfactory and burning qualities.
Emblem | inspired by a bas relief found at the old Royal Wax Manufacture which used to belong to the Trudon family.
Glass | inspired by champagne buckets, every piece is unique and hand-crafted in Tuscany.
- Origin: France
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*For international customers, please note that we might not be able to send this product internationally, please contact us before purchasing if you are interested.
About Cire Trudon
Cire Trudon, founded in 1643, is the oldest Candlemaker in the world still active today. It has been the manufacturer of the Royal Wax Manufacturer and the official supplier in the French court throughout the 17th century. Cire Trudon was awarded a Gold Medal during the 1889 Universal Exhibit as a reward for the outstanding quality of its candles and wax.
Cire Trudon enlists well-known "noses'' to create perfumes for the stories it wishes to tell. Each candle is dripped and made by hand in its factory in Normandy.