Terri & Bronwyn for Gascoigne & King
Dimensions: volume 400ml
Gascoigne & King candles are individually hand made using only the finest quality, all natural ingredients and carefully blended fragrances.
As a result, Gascoigne & King candles burn cleanly, producing a rich, long lasting and luxurious fragrance.
Gascoigne & King candles are environmentally friendly using 100% farmed soy wax harvested from fully sustainable resources and use metal free cotton wicks. Even the glass used in the jar candles are high quality drinking glasses which they hope you choose to recycle and re-use too! In addition, all of the packaging is made in Australia using recycled paper and cardboard, and renewable local forestry resources.
Gascoigne & King are committed to the environment and take their impact on the environment seriously. With this in mind, they do not use waxes such as Palm wax, which is often harvested through means which lead to the destruction of native rainforest and the degradation of precious species habitat, or parrafin wax, which is produced from non-renewable crude oil. The production of both palm and parrafin waxes contribute excessively to global warming.
Gascoigne & King candles are not mass produced. Each and every candle is hand made with great pride to meet their exacting standards. This ensures that every candle produced is of the finest quality for you to enjoy at home.
Each fragrance in the Gascoigne & King range is inspired by the connection we have with the world we live in.
*** EXCLUSIVE COLLABORATION BETWEEN GASCOIGNE & KING AND TERRI WINTER, FOUNDER OF TOP3 BY DESIGN.***
A winter warming fragrance. Aprés was created to capture the essence of an evening after a day on the snow. The smell of the fir trees and the open fire whilst you sit with a glass of red wine (or a cognac!). (The hint of caramel harks to Terri's two boys indulging in their favourite caramel milkshake or sticky-date pudding)
Notes of vanilla, tonka bean, caramel, birch tar, sandalwood - it is an ideal Winter evening blend.
In-situ photograph of the aprés candle by Breeana Dunbar.