Cire Trudon Solis Rex Candle
Inspired by the elaborate parquetry of Château de Versailles’s famous Hall of Mirrors, this regal perfume radiates vapours of wax, candelabra and palace A sumptuous trail of incense weaves through a tapestry of coniferous trees, cut with solar rays of citrus fruits..
- Scent: Versailles's wooden floors
- Head Notes: Eucalyptus, leafy green notes, orange
- Heart Notes: Fir's bark
- Base Notes: Cedarwood, incense
- Hand poured all natural vegetal wax
- Cotton wick, braided for each fragrance according to burn characteristics
- Glass vessel mouth-blown in Vinci, Italy [Tuscany]
- Hand made in Normandy, France
- Burn time approximately 55 to 60 hours
- Includes free shipping
Solis Rex: Louis XIV, called “The Sun King” was King of France from 1643 to 1715. Eccentric and majestic, as an adolescent he participated in a royal ballet in which he appeared as the sun He chose the day star as his emblem because it gives life to all things Louis XIV symbolizes the grandeur of France He made France into a military, political and cultural influence He instigated the construction of the magnificent Palace of Versailles, which became the residence of the kings of France and their courts starting in 1682.
About Cire Trudon:
The oldest candle maker in the world began in 1643 when Claude Trudon became the owner of a boutique on the rue Saint Honore’ where he developed his activity as a grocer and candler His candles were purchased to light parishes and homes Thus, in the early days of Louis the 14th’s reign, Claude Trudon created a manufacturing company that would make his family’s fortune Cire Trudon supplied Versailles up to the last days of the Ancient Regime and in 1811 supplied Napoleon and his imperial court
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