Enchanting wax portrait in the memory of Napoléon Bonaparte.
Cire Trudon revives the beautiful tradition of wax sculptures.
Consulate, Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) knew he had to make propaganda for himself to concur the French which also became the main pillar of his legend. All materials were used from sculptures to buildings and most of all ambassadors. The multiplicity of objects in the image of the emperor constituted an extraordinary means of propaganda of the Napoleonic legend.
Height : 24 cm
Due to its ancestral tradition, Maison Cire Trudon’s savoir-faire in wax and candle making remains unrivaled. Inventive and demanding, Maison Trudon mixes its inheritance legged from the masters of wax and its constant search for innovation to deliver the perfect waxes/products. La Maison Trudon holds the secret of its recipe: a special candle wax made with plants to create a unique paste and harmonized together to deliver the most exquisite perfume, and allowing a perfect and long-lasting combustion.
Its entirely natural virtues and the absence of any kind dangerous elements guarantee its impeccable quality and totally secure diffusion of perfumes.
Maison Cire Trudon’s glasses are unique and uncommon.
Each glass is handcrafted in Vinci, Italy. Puffed by mouth, these precious glasses preserve and emanate the exclusive fragrances of Maison Trudon. Each piece has its name engraved in golden letters.
The Cire Trudon candles and home perfumes are the height of French luxury.
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