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Carrière Frères

Floral Scented Candles

$ 45.00

 

Cotton Flower

Cotton is a natural fiber from the cotton plant a shrub from the Malvaceae family. Of the fifty species of cotton plants, only four are harvested for the white fibers that grow in balls around its seeds.  Among them, the Gossypium barbadebse, from Barbados, boasts the most beautiful cotton threads in the world. Its flowers and fruits called "capsules", blossom into the angelical white downy bud.  The scent of cotton is fragile and pure.  

Damask Rose 

Discovered in Turkey, the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for its elegance and the finesse of its scent. During the rosebush’s intense blooming season, its display an exquisite corolla of petals... From China to Persia, and Europe to Maghreb, the rose is celebrated as the Queen of Flowers. The rose has healing virtues and is all powerful : it is the symbol of love, beauty, and their frailty.

 

Jasmine

From the Persian yâsamîn, this musky-scented flower from India grows on a bush of the Oleaceae family. White jasmine, or “officina” is the variety most commonly used in perfumery. Legend has it that Cleopatra soaked the sails of her ship with Jasmine oil on her way to seduce Marc Anthony. Jasmine is the scent of passionate love.

Lavender

She’s also called “true lavender” and grows wild on the hills of Southern France. Purple shrubs of green grey leaves, lavender’s fragrant flowers stand up straight, defying the elements with their colourful spikes. Its essential oil, of the highest quality, purifies and heals. Lavender is a grand and generous flower.

 

Lily of the Valley

The lily is a delicate plant of the Ruscaceae family. At the other end of its little white bells, its underground stems, or rhizomes, help the lily spread. Athough the lily is one of a kind, many varieties can be found across Europe, Asia, and some parts of America. In France, we hand-pick them on May 1st to celebrate the Spring. Invigorating and pure, the lily carries the scent of happy days.

 

Orange Blossom 

The orange flower grows on the citrus tree, or “Citrus Aurantium”, of the Rutaceae genus. In bloom, the tree flaunts its white flowers to the world, emitting a suave fragrance that has symbolized purity and beauty since Antiquity. Intoxicating but mysterious, these flowers used to adorn the garlands of young brides. 

 

Tuberose

Tuberose is a herbaceous plant of the Agavaceae family. From Mexico, it traveled to Europe in the XVII century and has long since adapted to continental climates. To conserve their sensual fragrance intact, tuberose flowers are hand-picked. In Italy, young girls were forbidden to wander around gardens where the powerful flower bloomed, for fear their intoxicating smell would rob the girls of their decency. Enthralling scent of fruit and honey, the tuberose carries the intensity of love.

 

Gardenia Tiare

The Polynesian tiare, of the Rubiaceae family, is the national flower of Tahiti. Amongst the most famous gardenias, the tiare is deliciously aromatic and a symbol of beauty. Women coat their skin and hair with its essential oil monoï, with glowing effect Its ancient recipe “Mahohi”, obtained from the maceration of tiare buds in Coprah oil, is an essential base of Polynesian medicine. Its tree blooms into immaculate white flowers that contrast with the intense green of its leaves. The tiare’s suave scent is reminiscent of tuberose.

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4.95 oz / 140g

Weight: 17.5 oz 

 
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