Lettres Persanes Candle

The Versailles Candle Collection by Elisabeth de Feydeau

Lettres Persanes: An homage to the Orient and the extraordinary influence it exerted in 18th-century Europe. The architecture, grandeur and customs of these refined civilizations were an immense source of fascination, and their representatives were received as honoured guests in the Hall of Mirrors at the Château de Versailles.

In 1721, Baron Montesquieu published the highly popular "Persian Letters," introducing the "Turquerie" movement of Turkish-inspired styles and methods to the French Court and all of 19th-century baroque society.

The Persian Letters candle exudes the warm, sensual scent of patchouli, heightened by notes of amber and vanilla, to evoke the famous, traditional Oriental accord.

Made in France.


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