Coco Chanel was rarely seen without a white camellia pinned to her dress. The Queen Mother grew them in all her gardens. Seda France's interpretation of the flower's fragrance is appropriately grand, with tea rose, muguet, cyclamen, lily, jasmine, violet, hyacinth, and Bulgarian rose overlapping crisp notes of citrus, green leaves, and rosewood, plus cinnamon, clove, vanilla, and white musk for a final touch of sugar and spice.
Too beautiful to gift-wrap, Seda France candles are a pleasure to give, to receive, to behold, and to inhale. Bringing another dimension of elegance to the home, the hand-poured candles are redolent with perfume-grade fragrances, enticing the senses with warm, welcoming, mysterious, and rare olfactory-note combinations.