Established in 1643 by Claude Trudon, Cire Trudon is the most famous wax producing factory in France. It was the provider to Louis XIV's French royal court, as well as to the most glorious cathedrals and churches throughout France.
Cire Trudon candles are 100% paraffin-free and devoid of any secondary minerals derived from petrochemicals. Using a secret mix of palm oil, rice, soy and coprah with wicks of pure unbleached cotton, all Cire Trudon candles are free of all harmful substances listed by OSPAR (Greenpeace). They are 100% biodegradable with a burn time of up to 80 hours.
Cire Trudon travelled to Vinci in Italy to have master craftsmen realise its hand-blown candle glass. Its deep colour and its smart irregular profile varies for each glass, so no two glasses are identical.
Sporting embossed golden letters, the gold label adorning the candles is produced exclusively for Cire Trudon by the oldest champagne label maker in France.