Candle - Mexico
The glass of the Mexico City scented candle is covered in a gold and colorful silk- screen print representing a heart ex-voto, a small object that was spiritually used to address a wish or to thank for the grace that one is granted. These heart motifs are placed around the glass with, at the bottom, a subtle embroidery motif that is found in Mexican crafts and on Frida Kahlo’s corsages.
Expertise: silk-screen printing, glass decoration technique
|MAX 10||10 cm | 3.9in||60 h||4 wicks||1.3 kg|
|MAX 16||16cm | 6.3in||150h||4 wicks||2.3 kg|
|MAX 24||24cm | 9.45in||400h||5 wicks||5.2 kg|
Blackcurrant - Freesia - Cedar
Its gourmet scent of blackcurrant, freesia and cedar is a tribute to a Latin land rich in colors.
Always let the candle burn until its surface is totally liquid. This step can be long, especially during the very first burn. Once the wax is totally liquid, you can let the candle burn for a maximum of one hour. The layer of liquid wax should never exceed one centimeter in height. Never exceed the maximum burning time indicated on the instruction label, nor let it burn to the end. Systematically keep a centimeter of wax at the bottom.