Glasshouse Candle Lost In Amalfi Coast (Sea Mist) 380g

$54.95

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Like driving on a windy Italian road overlooking the stunning ocean, Amalfi Coast will... 
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Full Description

Like driving on a windy Italian road overlooking the stunning ocean, Amalfi Coast will excite and relax in unison. With Freesia, Lavender and Lime, it's as invigorating as an afternoon siesta.

Each candle is triple scented, to permeate your space with a release of exotic fragrances and uses the highest quality non-toxic wax and natural lead-free cotton wicks.

Handmade by master candlemakers, these beautiful scents and waxes have been perfected over many years of research to create a candle that will pamper you whatever the mood.

Fragrance
Top: Freesia, Thyme and Tarragon
Middle: Lavender and Moss
Base: Musk and Patchouli

Features
- Size: 9.5 x 14cm
- 380g
- Box size: 10.2L x 10.2W x 15H cm
- Gift boxed in a resealable glass jar
- Triple-scented for that extra release of fragrance
- Made in Australia

SKU CANDL558

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