Figuare - (fi·gu·rà·re — An Italian verb meaning "to represent, to depict, to portray") is OUR interpretation of the illustrious green fig note. A modern take on traditional opulence with sumptuous fig leaves that graze subtle spices of black pepper, cardamom and coriander. You'll get gentle wisps of rose, lavender and resinous fir balsam in its ether too. But in essence, this is a holiday-forward, earthy/herbal/spicy emerald delight, that is disinterested in the sweet. Sublime, but grounded, FIGURARE is a fragrant gesture and nod to turning the traditional holiday season, into one that is meaningful to you.
De Nîmes - The original blue jean beauty DE NÎMES is back. Named after the city of Nîmes, France where denim workwear was first produced hundreds of years ago, this candle has the quiet, cool quality of French indigo. Invoking earthy notes of violet, eucalyptus and blueberry, this holiday scent has dressed up provincial quality. Additional essences of almond and rhubarb mingle with darker wood notes and juniper berry while ambergris gives it a slight seaside minerality.
Broken Rosary - This spiritual rose/wood wonder will convert your surroundings into a holy space. Bathe in the sacred beads of cedar wood, lush rose water and pumiced orris to incite new visions of the holidays. Earthy spiced notes of cardamom, moss and cinnamon leaf round out this alchemical fragrance you are sure to worship.
What’s broken can be made whole again with BROKEN ROSARY.
FULL SET - 3 individual candles made of coconut and beeswax blend with braided cotton wick, in dyed glass tumblers. Each one comes in mattle marble embossed carton with corresponding labels. Each one is 8.5 ounces (240g). 3.4 inches (8.6cm) tall and roughly a 50 hour burn time for each candle.
This bundle of three individual 8.5oz standard candles includes,
FIGURARE — fig leaves, black pepper, lavender, cardamom, pepperwood, fir balsam
BROKEN ROSARY — cedarwood, rose, cardamom, moss, cinnamon leaf, musk, orris
DE NÎMES — almond, eucalyptus, rhubarb, violet, ambergris, blueberry, juniper