Vitruvius - scented candle
The original architect
Born to the Republic during the 1st Century BC, Vitruvius' architectural trinity (firmitas, utilitas, and venustas, referring to "strength", "utility", and "beauty") became the inspiration for many buildings in the Roman empire. Perhaps even more impressive, his discussion of perfect proportion in architecture remained relevant 1600 years later when Leonardo da Vinci transferred these principles to the human body, producing his Vitruvian Man.
A smokey scent which will transport you to a stiff G&T by the fireplace after an autumn day in the outdoors. Wax coats and muddy shoes piled up in the bootroom.
Top note: Conifers
Middle notes: Cedar I Amber
Base notes: Balsam fir I Leather
290g I soy blend wax I 8% perfume
Burning time: approx 50 hours
PLEASE NOTE: A CANDLE SHOULD NEVER BE LEFT BURNING UNATTENDED