Cire Trudon is a famous wax-producing factory in France, established in 1643 by Claude Trudon. It is well-known for its expertise in producing candles that have been used by the French royal court of Louis XIV and various churches in France.
Their candles are made from a blend of vegetable oils and pure cotton wicks and do not contain paraffin or other harmful substances identified by OSPAR (as cited by Greenpeace). The candles are also biodegradable.
The hand-blown glass used for their candles is unique and made by skilled artisans in Vinci, Italy, resulting in a distinct irregular profile and rich color that makes each glass unique.
Each candle has an embossed label in golden letters, which is custom-made by the oldest champagne label manufacturer in France.