"Frozen Fig" Seasonal Limited Edition
Festive can be evocative! Our limited edition seasonal scents recall the nostalgic spirit of the wintry seasons–remixed, modern, clean.
“Frozen Fig” is our take on everyone’s favorite festive fruit; yet it’s crystalized, sharp and warm. While “Open Fire” is an addictive play on cozy cabin hearth. These aromas play fully with folly, but are still rooted in essential comforting expressions, avoiding the ubiquitous oversweet - so they are meant to last beyond the festive season.
Produced in limited quantities, each vessel is handbuilt and fired in our studio. Made of hand poured porcelain and clear glaze. The “crackled” effect is created by its natural shrinking during its firing periods. The outcome is a perfect balance and expression of clay and glaze complementing each other.
Each vessel is unique due to the different glaze applications and reactions throughout each vessel.
Imagine a fresh ripened fig–its leaves and stems–totally bitten by frost and ice.
Top Notes: bergamot, ice and cedar leaf
Heart: white fig, jasmine and coconut
Drydown: patchouli, moss and sandalwood
Specs: Net Weight: 260 g / 9.2 oz.
Approximate Burn Time: 70 hours
Handmade porcelain container with clear glaze, platinum branding.
Ingredients: soy wax blend, fine fragrance, essential oil, cotton wick.
– Trim wicks to 1/4" before lighting
– Burn candle for no less than 1 hour and no more than 3 hours at a time. This prevents wax tunneling
– Discontinue use when 1/2" of wax remain
Once your candle is finished and the vessel is ready to be repurposed, we recommend using a dry tissue, towel or rag by hand to wipe off any soot (carbon) that may have accumulated on the inside of the container. You should discard this tissue or rag, so using a dish brush is not advisable. After this process—once the soot has been removed—a hand-wash in soapy water to remove last elements of excess should do the trick. For any stubborn pieces of wax remaining, leaving the container in a freezer overnight usually encourages the wax to shrink and ultimately pop out. Metal wick stabilizers should also pop out without issue.