Château de Versailles® 50h Chapelle Royale Scented Candle
Dedicated to St. Louis, the music of the Chapelle Royale, known all over Europe thanks to the notes resounding from the Clicquot organ keyboard, is accompanied by a fragrance of communion .
he mystical elevation of the fresh woody notes in this sanctuary of grand décorand scents.
- Head noteIncense, Geranium
- Heart noteCypress, Cedarwood
- Base noteAmber, Oakmoss, Benzoin
|Contains cedrol methyl ether. May produce an allergic reaction. Harmful for aquatic organisms
|causes long-term harmful effects. Dispose of the content in an approved collection centre.
|Vegetal wax from rapeseed and mineral wax.
|Intense and continuous perfuming; cold or by diffusion; for around 50h.
|Do not burn for more than 4 consecutive hours.
|Re-centre the wick after extinguishing and cut again a little if necessary.
|Place on a heat-resistant surface.
|Keep out of the reach of children; never leave to burn without supervision.
Plunge into the heart of Château de Versailles and illuminate your home to make it exceptional. Discover a collection of eight fragrances inspired by the emblematic places and characters of this mythical palace.
A reminder of the scent of the incense burners in the Royal Chapel. A mystical and sacred atmosphere evoked by the wisps of smoke and the aroma of melted wax of church candles, this is the story of this Château de Versailles® 50h Chapelle Royale 2-wick scented candle.
Over 10 expert and caring hands played a part in making it. The fragrance Chapelle Royale, created by a master perfumer passionate about this mythical palace, is then put into wax with the greatest care in our French workshops. For an ideal combustion, the expert candle makers selected not only the best composition to diffuse this fragrance, but also the most suitable cotton wick. The bubble glass is mouth blown. These talents and skills combined make your candle a unique piece.
By purchasing this Château de Versailles® 50h Chapelle Royale 2-wick Scented Candle, you take part in preserving this architectural masterpiece !