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F
ounded in 1643, on the threshold of the reign of Louis XIV, Cire Trudon are the oldest wax-producing manufacturers in the world. Also known by the name of CIR, it has moved through the centuries without ceasing its activity, in particular the manufacture of traditional candles. Prestigious manufacturers, Cire Trudon also manufactures the most beautiful creations of international brands: Hermes, Guerlain, Dior…

The Trudon house returns to the vanguard with a top-of-the-range range of scented vegetable candles. This rebirth is orchestrated by Ramdane Touhami, with the complicity of the owner. Ten exclusive candles celebrate this collaboration and playfully enlighten us regarding our scented history.

The Trudon house holds a trade secret: a paste with candle produced with vegetable matter, forming a single, miscible mixture with the perfume, and allowing a perfect and durable combustion.

These entirely natural virtues and this absence of harmfulness guarantee the waxes a remarkable quality and a tolerance of the diffusion of the fragrances. Trudon House offers candles without paraffin and mineral derivatives resulting from petrochemistry. This unique wax is manufactured with a base of copra and soya, rice, and palm oil. The wicks of the candles are woven using a pure cotton.



Cire Trudon : cires et bougies depuis 1643
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Cire Trudon : manufature royale de cire et fabricant de bougies depuis 1643.


OUR BRANDS

Acqua di Parma
Alberta Ferretti
Azzedine Alaia
Bottega Veneta
Bottega Veneta Home
BYREDO
Celine
Christian Louboutin
Cire Trudon
Etro
Etro Home
Hermes - cutlery & crockery
Hotel Costes
Kenzo
Lalique
Lanvin
Lanvin Home
Loro Piana
Loro Piana Home
Pomellato
Ralph Lauren Home
St Louis - Crystal
Tom Ford
Valentino
Vhernier
William Yeoward - Crystal
Saint Laurent
 
 
 

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