Papier D’Armenie – Candle “Tradition” Green

Papier D’Armenie – Candle “Tradition” Green

28.00

In keeping with the spirit of Papier d’Arménie®, these candles are produced using the same traditional manufacturing methods. The Papier d’Arménie® candle was the fruit of a collaboration with renowned perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, as was the special Armenia year booklet.

Made from mineral wax, it has a cotton wick that provides a burn time of more than 50 hours.

Approximately 220 g

Precautions for use :

Never move your candle when burning and never put it directly on cold surfaces such as marble. When your candle has been burning for five or six hours running, extinguish it to allow the wax to cool. Make sure the wick remains straight and well centred. Make a delicate cut to leave a inch long wick before relighting, or if the flame gets too high.

Do not leave your burning candle unattended. Keep away from children.

8 in stock

Description

In keeping with the spirit of Papier d’Arménie®, these candles are produced using the same traditional manufacturing methods. The Papier d’Arménie® candle was the fruit of a collaboration with renowned perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, as was the special Armenia year booklet.

Made from mineral wax, it has a cotton wick that provides a burn time of more than 50 hours.

Approximately 220 g

Precautions for use :

Never move your candle when burning and never put it directly on cold surfaces such as marble. When your candle has been burning for five or six hours running, extinguish it to allow the wax to cool. Make sure the wick remains straight and well centred. Make a delicate cut to leave a inch long wick before relighting, or if the flame gets too high.

Do not leave your burning candle unattended. Keep away from children.

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