Peony Petal & Fern CandleRegular price $89.00
Peony Petal & Fern
Known as the ‘King of Flowers’ in Asian culture, the Peony has graced the gardens of Imperial Palaces for centuries and is regarded as a symbol of prosperity, wealth and elegance.
This sumptuous floral scent blooms with the velvety fragrance of peony petals laced with African violets, bergamot, lemon citron and jasmine with heart notes of wild rose and dewy green fern. A luxuriously cool, fresh rose fragrance that smells just like walking into a florist.
Up to 80 hours burn time with correct candle care
*Trim wicks to 3-5mm before lighting for optimal candle performance and safety. Failure to do so may result in poor candle performance and potential fire hazard
The Inspiration and Creation..
Discover the beauty and culture of Singapore with TEMPLE Candles' exclusive collection of Oriental Botanic fragrances and elegant faceted glass vessels.
Our sophisticated candles are presented in custom-designed, white jade-inspired vessels featuring a clear base and white inner, adding elegance to any interior. The 24 facets of the glassware are inspired by the modern glass structures of Singapore's skyline, while the Quatrefoil emblem, inspired by traditional shophouse architecture, embossed on each vessel represents good luck and harmony.
TEMPLE's signature gift boxes are the perfect way to share the luxury and meaning behind every TEMPLE product, featuring a hand-woven "Eternal Knot" tassel, which is a centuries-old symbol that represents good luck, longevity and a strong connection between two souls. This traditional symbol is used in many parts of Asia, and is a powerful symbol of the interconnectedness of all things.
Our packaging features a classic black and white color scheme, which is a nod to the iconic black and white colonial houses found throughout Singapore. These grand houses, set on sprawling estates, are a symbol of the island's rich history and cultural heritage. The use of black and white in our packaging serves as a subtle tribute to these architectural masterpieces and a reminder of Singapore's unique blend of tradition and modernity.