L'Objet Eau d'Egee No. 3 Candle 350 g with lid
L'Objet Eau d'Egee No. 3 Candle angled
L'Objet Eau d'Egee No. 3 Candle with ingredients
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L'Objet Eau d'Egee No. 3 Candle lid


Eau d'Egee No. 3 Candle

SKU: 37926

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For the gracious people who live along the sparkling coast of the Aegan, much of life is defined by ritual. In their time-honored daily routines, work and play blend harmoniously, and nature governs all.  It is an enviable lifestyle, defined by 3 simple elements: the sun, the sea, and the spirit.
The Aegan spirit is as pure and gentle as the cool sea breezes, tempered by the scent of wildflowers, sweetened by coriander and fig leaves from local gardens, and the spiced aroma of burning sage drifting from ancient temples.  This distinctive character is grounded by notes of pepperwood, oak, and cedar carried on fragrance winds from inland forests.



Fig, Laurel Leaf, Clary Sage, Coriander Seed, White Pepper, Everlasting Flower, Patchouli, Pepperwood, Oak, Cedar, Lavender, Musk.

Burn Time: 90+ hours

Presented in a luxury gift box
Size: 3.5" D x 4.25" H


All L’OBJET collections are made with exceptional materials, and with proper use and care, will last for generations.

Dust with a soft cloth.
After candle has burned completely through, place container under hot water to dissolve remaining wax.

The vessel can then serve as a decorative box.
Do not leave candle burning unattended.

Ingredients + Benefits

Limoges Porcelain, Brass Lid, Paraffin Wax with single wick

*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

L’OBJET is the life work of Founder and Creative Director Elad Yifrach. Born and raised in Israel, Elad established himself as an interior designer in Beverly Hills, prior to taking up residence in New York. A lifelong traveler with a global design perspective, Elad imbues every design with its own story. Each collection is a spirited homage to both the cultures which inspire them and the artisans who bring them to life.
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