Floral

Fragrance family: Floral

Collection: Signature

Vaara

A soy wax candle that suffuses the whole room with its scent. And what a scent! Quince, rose and warm wood – as befits the Maharajah’s granddaughter, Vaara. Burn time: 30 hours

2 reviews

A soy wax candle that suffuses the whole room with its scent. And what a scent! Quince, rose and warm wood – as befits the Maharajah’s granddaughter, Vaara. Burn time: 30 hours

2 reviews
£36

140 g

Size 140 g
QTY 1 +

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Intoxicating Rose Without Being Overbearing.

I purchased this candle at the Penhaligon's shop at Stanford and just lit it for the first time. The scent is beautiful and an excellent relaxing scent, not overbearing, and it has an arid quality that gives it a lovely warmth. Burns very well, scent fills my room. Excellent.

By Alec Murphy 22 Apr 2018

Soft, Gentle And Kind

High quality candle. Great scent.

By Jesus Franch 09 Jan 2016
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