Trudon unveils a new range with white luminescent attributes: The Alabasters. The delicate alabaster not only replaces the traditional green-glass but creates a sculptural object complete with a matching top.
Sculpted in Spain out of a single block, the new containers and matching tops are one-of-a-kind: the alabaster’s veins that run on the surface are unique by essence. Minimal and aesthetic, a gold metallic label further recalls the manufacture’s history.
Atria - Geranium, Iris, Musk
Hemera - Incense, Cedarwood, Amber
Vesta - Freesia, Jasmine, Tangerine
Ernesto - Bergamot, Oak Wood, Tobacco
Abd El Kader - Blackcurrant Bud, Jasmine, Vanilla
- Do not leave your candle to burn for more than three consecutive hours, in order to preserve its perfume.
- Leave it to cool down completely before using it again and remove the burnt part of the wick. To prevent any smoke when you put it out, dip the wick into the wax and take it out again immediately. Arrange it in the center, ready for re-lighting.
- Keep the candles away from children, flammable objects and fragile surfaces. Never leave them to burn unattended.
- Do not let the flame reach the bottom of your glass so that the glass does not get hot; leave 0.5 cm of wax at the bottom of the glass.
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Throughout the 17th century, the manufacturer became the Royal Wax Manufacturer and official supplier in the French court, then to Napoléon Bonaparte. Cire Trudon received a Gold Medal during the 1889 Universal Exhibit as a reward for the outstanding quality of its candles and wax.
Trudon enlists well-known “noses” to create perfumes for the stories it wishes to tell. Each candle is still dripped and made by hand in its factory in Normandy, perpetuating a luxury manufacturing which helps perpetuates the skills of its founder, Claude Trudon.