'Giardino Secreto' scented candle
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Green and blue ceramic 'Giardino Secreto' scented candle from Fornasetti. The fourth scent from Fornasetti Profumi, is a scent inspired by a dreamlike representation of an idealised Italian secret garden, flourishing with a rich tapestry of herbs and foliage, hidden follies and 'mystical' creatures. Top notes: Cypress, Ivy, Bergamot, Pink Peppercorn.Middle notes: Cistus, Labdanum, Maquis, Thyme. Base notes: Cedar Wood, Vetiver. Content: 300 g / 10.5 o. Burning time: from 60 hours.
Designer colour: GREEN/BLUE
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: CAN300GS
Farfetch ID: 10713159
This item only has One Size
- 7.5 cm
- 15 cm
- 3 in
- 5.9 in
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- Wax 100%
- China 100%
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Fornasetti’s reproduction of Lina Cavalieri’s face on everyday objects such as plates and trays blends a flair for surrealist art and homeware, with humour and elegance. The company is now run by Fornasetti’s son Barnaba, who has added new collections which contribute to the eclectic style of his father, who sadly passed away in the 1980’s.