Fresh mint from the Capucins market, sweet lavender from the herbalist or precious musk from the spice merchants: the scents of these candles are like so many winks to Noailles.
Presented in pretty white ceramics, these plant wax candles will scent your home with fresh floral or warmer scents.
A collection of 6 scents
Ambre du Marquis : aa sensual fragrance in reference to the sulphurous affair, known as the Marseille affair, which led to the fall of the Marquis de Sade following his stay in the Rue d'Aubagne.
Fleur d'oranger des Récollettes : a few steps away from the a few steps away from the 17th century, this holy scent emanated powerfully from the Couvent des Dames Récollettes populated by nuns.
Lavender of the Herbalist: en homage to our historical neighbor.
Capuchin Mint: an bouquet of fresh mint in reference to the colorful stalls of the market of the same name.
St. Louis Mimosa: thehe little yellow flower with tassels was sold in abundance throughout the 20th century at the bouquetieres of the Cour Saint-Louis.
Musk of Noailles : clin d'œil to the fabulous spice merchants of the area, who for centuries have taken the people of Marseille to the Orient.
Once the candle is finished, the ceramic pot will make a nice bathroom storage as a box for cotton, tooth glass, brushes, etc.