Warm top notes of citrus and raspberry combine with rosebuds, vanilla with a base of oud, patchouli, and amber resin. Field roses can be found growing wild in hedgerows and along pathways across Ireland. They flower in the sunny months of June and July. For centuries Irish roses have been cultivated for their intoxicating scents in walled gardens.
Rathbornes' candles are handmade, hand-poured using a blend of beeswax and essential oils. Two wick. 40 hour burn time. 6.7oz.
Meet Our Vendor
As the oldest candle company in the world, Rathbornes continues to create beautiful candles using traditional skills that were used in the Fifteenth century. In 1488, John G Rathborne established his company in Dublin, hoping to make a fortune in a new and innovative business in candles after moving from England. With his new business taking off, the need for Rathbornes candles grew, and the 1630s saw a safer Dublin as candles lit streets, lighthouses, churches, and homes. Presently, the company states “we have been refining our candles throughout our history, and taking the best from centuries of experience” including the development of new wax (animal tallow to beeswax) to create a cleaner, slow burning candle along with traditional methods of craftsmanship like hand-pouring each candle. Rathbornes celebrates their heritage through beautifully made candles and warm, rich scents to comfort homes.