Delhi świeca zapachowa 260 g

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Our rickshaw squeezes through the narrow streets of the Old Town. The atmosphere is apathetic. Suddenly, a mixture of scents of thousands of spices hits our nostrils. Betel, styrax, musk, myrrh. Gray wafts of smoky vanilla. Herbal cigarettes and eucalyptus.

The collection of candles by Astier de Villatte takes us on a fairy-tale journey to the land of scent. The candles are made in a workshop in the south of France by a master candle maker - a specialist in wax production. The wax used in Astier de Villatte candles is unique: 100% natural, free from paraffin, petrochemical products, and GMOs. It is incredibly soft and flexible, which proves its unparalleled purity.

The wicks are tailored to the type of candle scent. They are made of pure cotton and ensure residue-free burning for 60 to 70 hours. The glass bottles, decorated with small air bubbles, are made in Tuscany. Each one is unique. The labels and packaging of the candles are printed by the last printer in France, Monsieur Huin. For decades, his printing house on the outskirts of Paris dealt exclusively with collections of poetry and novels by famous authors, using the incredible and now almost completely forgotten art of hand composition.

Method of use
During the first use, burn the candle for at least one hour to ensure even burning. Then, each time, burn for 2-3 hours to enjoy the essence of the scent. After use, it is worth trimming and, if necessary, centering the wick to ensure even burning of the candle and prevent the jar from getting sooty.

About the brand Astier de Villatte


Brand with a crafty touch. Its founders, Ivan Pericoli and Benoît Astier de Villatte, produce ceramics using traditional 19th century methods - making each piece timeless and unique. But ceramics are not the end! In 2008, the pair invited renowned "noses": Emilie Mazeaud and Françoise Carona (a star from the Japanese perfume house Takasago) to collaborate. This resulted in a line of colognes, incense, and scented candles. The candles deserve special recognition - each wick (made of pure cotton) is tailored to the specific composition, while the glass vessels, decorated with small air bubbles, are made in an old-fashioned workshop in Tuscany. The labels and cardboard packaging are printed by one of the last typesetters in France - Monsieur Huin.

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