This winter candle contains a harmonious blend of strong cedarwood, spicy clove and a touch of orange.
The drawing on the glass and gift box is hand drawn by Giselle, the owner of Brandt candles and then transferred to the glass according to traditional methods. The box is made of 100% recycled cardboard.
Recycle tip: If your candle has burned out, wash it off and you have a beautiful glass. We have another seasonal candle, namely Sage & Rose with grapefruit!
About the brand
The deliciously scented hand poured soy candles are made in Utrecht with great care for the craft. With that care also comes care for nature: sustainability is one of their dearest values, which matches perfectly with Home Tales Interior’s values! The style of these luxury candles is inspired by the vintage apothecary of the 19th century combined with a bit of modern time. Whether you live in a sleek design house or you have a romantic bohemian wedding, these candles fit with all!
Giselle Habraken started Brandt kaarsen (Brandt means: “It burns” in Dutch and kaarsen means candles) in March 2015 after learning the craft in one of the most inspiring candle studios of New York City. She fell in love with the craft and with great encouragement of her candle master she started her own label.
The process is simple and always in small batches. From preparing the candle to the pouring of the wax, everything happens manually and with utmost care. Brandt kaarsen emit a warm, cozy atmosphere that beats any cold winter day, fits on every dinner table in the Summer and fills your room with a nature inspired scent.
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