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L'Objet

No. 75 scented candle

PC   101043613


Hailing from L’OBJET's latest Parfume De Voyage collection, each scented candle portrays a story of an unforgettable journey with an ever pleasant aroma that virtually brings you into the narrative as you close your eyes. Symbolising a Parisian collector's journey to Russia, this woody fragrance depicts the warming moment as he sat by the fireplace, enveloped by the blended scents of leather-bound books, cracking fire and the steam of black tea, which was housed in an ancient samovar, circa 1775.

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Hailing from L’OBJET's latest Parfume De Voyage collection, each scented candle portrays a story of an unforgettable journey with an ever pleasant aroma that virtually brings you into the narrative as you close your eyes. Symbolising a Parisian collector's journey to Russia, this woody fragrance depicts the warming moment as he sat by the fireplace, enveloped by the blended scents of leather-bound books, cracking fire and the steam of black tea, which was housed in an ancient samovar, circa 1775.
  • Scent: Thé Russe
  • Top notes: Lemon zest and coriander seeds
  • Middle notes: Hay oil, beeswax absolute and milk lactones
  • Base notes: Patchouli fraction, amber and Russian leather
  • Matte white Limoges porcelain vessel with black number '75' print
  • Brushed gold-tone circle engraved metal lid
  • Diameter 9cm / Height 11cm
  • Weight: 350g
  • Trim wick to 1/4" before burning
  • Never leave a burning candle unattended

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