Dia de los Muertos – the devotional notes of marigolds and frankincense tantalize and evoke both the living and the dead.
Opium Den – collapse into a languid, hazy cloud and submit to smoldering resins, opiates and tobacco fume.
Tincture of Winchester – a fire arsenal of wood stock, 19th century lacquer and smoky gunpowder.
While over at Spoiled Spongecake I found these. I have long wanted a change from my customary Diptyque candles. Though I adore them, they have become just too commonplace.
Douglas Little, founder of D.L. & Co., "had the desire to bring objects of opulence and beauty to those who yearn for the uncommon and the exquisite.
Every item designed is intended to unfold like a love letter, each detail revealing a procession of small delights. Like the purveyors of curious goods in previous ages, every item is intended to stir and enthrall each and every one of the senses, from the sleek feel of the carefully selected silk ribbons to the intoxicating atmospheres of the handmade fragrances."
Monday, 7 January 2008
Posted by HOBAC at 15:47