7.50pm could remind you of many things: the violet lipstick of a first love, black ink, crisp paper, hardbound books, long nights of cramming at the library, a rose-scented bubble bath. Be warned: backstage, 7.50pm will bring back lots of memories. Here’s hoping they’re all sweet.
- black Tea,
This item is made of glass and brass and is entirely manufactured in France. Its design diffracts the light through the wax following the decorative vertical ribs of the outer glass.
- 190 Gr,
- 6,7 Oz.,
- Bruning time
- 60h approximately,
- H 91 mm,
- D 75 mm,
- H 95 mm,
- L 79,5 mm,
- l 78,5 mm,
D’Orsay candles are made with a blend of mineral-based and vegetable- based waxes which are scientifically formulated to achieve optimal combustion and olfactory diffusion.
Contains : 1-(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8-Octahydro-2,3,8,8-tetramethyl-2-naphthalenyl)ethanone, Linalool, Cinnamyl alcohol, alpha-Io- none, dl-Citronellol, (2E)-1-(2,6,6-Trimethyl-1,3-cyclohexadien-1-yl)-2-buten-1-one. For more information, please refer to the list of ingredients on the packaging.
Use and care
How to make the most of your D'Orsay candle: - When using it for the first time, light the candle until its entire surface becomes liquid (for about 4 hours); - If you burn the candle for a short time, you risk creating a partial melting bath in the wax. For subsequent use, we recommend a maximum burning time of 3 to 4 hours. Do not allow the candle to burn for more than 4 hours at a time. This will keep the wick intact and ensure optimum combustion - do not move the burning candle. Do not move the burning candle. Do not allow the candle to burn for more than 4 hours at a time during subsequent use. Before each use, carefully cut the wick so that it does not exceed 5 mm and make sure it is clean; do not leave a burning candle unattended; keep the candle out of the reach of children and animals.
7.50pm may evoke:
The lipstick of your first love, maybe a shade of violet?
The scent of leather from the shoe store you used to visit every September.
Black ink, crisp paper, bound books, the library where you spent weeks revising for exams.
But it may remind you of very different things too. A rose-scented bubble bath, a note of vanilla from an imaginary land, a flavour of tea you have not yet tried, the lipstick of your other first love. Backstage, your memories, personal chemistry and the power of suggestion will decide.
You see, 7.50pm is indescribable, hypermnesic and maybe just a little bit magical.
Here’s to the scent of good memories.