Cuir d’Iris Candle by Maison Rebatchi
Perfumed Porcelain Candle
Created by Bertrand Duchaufour
A tribute to the ancient leather manuscripts from the National Algiers Library created in 1835, today the oldest cultural monument in Algeria, which was originally located in an estate on ‘l’impasse du Soleil’.
Olfactory notes – leather, iris, carrot, carnation, clove, apricot, patchouli, amber, cedar, opoponax, vanilla
The porcelain vessel used for the Cuir d’Iris candle was created in collaboration with the company Artoria Limoges. Technical and artistic know how since 1920. In 2007 Artoria gets the label ‘Living Heritage Company’.
50% vegetal wax / 50% food grade paraffin
Motif designed by Pierre and Jules Dinand
15% perfume concentration
Certified toxic free by European standards
250ml Limoges vessel – 60 hours + burn time
Maison Rebatchi describes the contrast of its childhood between a Parisian suburb and Algiers: multiculturality. A fresh take on the independent perfumery market, which is young, accessible and high qualitative at the same time.
Some of the greatest names in perfumery helped Mohamed Rebatchi make his dream come true, conferring credibility to his project. Given free rein, each perfumer took inspiration from a raw material, an accord, a memory or even a specific atmosphere to create a fragrance dedicated to and embodying the spirit of Maison Rebatchi. An invisible link naturally unfolded between the multicultural origins of Mohamed Rebatchi, a bridge between France and the Near East. Also, the founder has surrounded himself with the best designers, master wax makers and craftsmen, capable of forging the elegant and timeless universe he dreamed so much of.