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Cire Trudon


Bombs away!

  Cire Trudon…Yes, a brand with such regal heritage has a sense of humor, too. Their stink bombs are actually delicate glass bottles, barely an inch tall, that come six to a round tin. You…

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Cire Trudon: scent makers with a bit of history

1643 In the 17th century candles became a luxury product rather than a source of light for everyday people and were used for religious ceremonies and important occasions from that period. Affluent families used large…

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Cire Trudon's la grande bougie

La grande bougie. Enclosed in citrus and wood bark, the orange blossom weaves a painter’s dream from which escapes the pale volute of smoke from a narghile. As an orientalist painting, furiously romantic, the vigorous…

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Cire Trudon: the perfect Christmas gift

Cire Trudon Candles have been referred to as the “Rolls Royce” of candles. The oldest French manufacturer produces the world’s most prestigious candles of the highest quality. There’s no doubt that we’re proud to have…

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Cire Trudon: the oldest French was merchant

A tradesman in Paris in 1643, Trudon began as a greengrocer as well as a wax merchant. His son carried on the family business and became the royal wax manufacturer in 1719. Maison Trudon thus…

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Cire Trudon: stay foolish

A wind of freedom coming all at once from the Mascara coast and down from the mountains bringing in its foolish race the green scents of fresh mint, the rashness of fights, the hot and…

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