D.S. & Durga Wild Brooklyn Lavender Candle (7 OZ)
D.S. & Durga Wild Brooklyn Lavender Candle box
$65.00

D.S. & Durga

Wild Brooklyn Lavender Candle

SKU: 41370

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Details

Brooklyn flowering in the early aughts where wild packs of dogs roamed free among savage weeds and anything seemed possible.

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Notes:
Top: Spike Lavender, Wayside Herbs.
Heart: Vetiver Grass, Lavender Flowers.
Base: Suede, Asphalt.

"I moved to Brooklyn in 2002 when I was 22. Almost everyone I knew was doing something interesting. Once I left a poker game at 3 am in Bushwick. As I stepped onto the street. I was shocked to encounter a wild pack of dogs–the alpha leader, the Lil’ scruff, the dame, etc. New York was wild; it seemed like anything was possible. You could study the weeds that grew out of the cracks in Brooklyn, and even start a perfume company out of nowhere."

Directions

Trim wicks to 1/4" prior to each lighting. Place candle on heat resistant surface. Container will be hot when candle is lit and shortly thereafter. Allow candle to cool completely before moving. Keep candle away from drafts.

For best results, burn candle no less than 1 hour and no more than 4 hours at a time. Discontinue use when 1/2" of wax remains.

Warning:
Never leave a burning candle unattended. Burn within sight. Keep away from things that catch fire and out of reach of children and pets.

Ingredients + Benefits

D.S. & Durga scents are created in-house by human hands using balsams, resins, plant oils and premium perfume ingredients. Hand poured.

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

D.S. & Durga make perfume and cologne in small batches using premium-sourced raw materials. All scents are created exclusively in-house. Some of their inspiration comes from outdated herbal wisdom, native ritual medicine, lore and legends, historical movements and Americana. The scents are the stories of prospectors, gentry, trailblazers, frontier women, drawing rooms, workbenches, cowboys – fragments of half-remembered legends, movements, events, and foreign lands.
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