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Angelica (Vanilla Patchouli Amber) V&A Collection Shearer Candles - Luxury Reed Diffuser 200ml

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Product Code: SH VA DIFFUSER ANGELICA

Angelica (Vanilla Patchouli Amber) V&A Collection Shearer Candles - Luxury Reed Diffuser 200ml
£44.95
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Description
Product Brand:  Shearer Candles
Product Weight:  1kg
GTIN 5021139241176
MPN vad1ag

Shearer Candles
V&A Collection (Victoria & Albert)
Reed Diffuser in Glass Jar
with Luxury Gift Box

  • Angelica - a rich, sultry oriental vanilla layered with dark patchouli and a hint of sweet amber 
  • Gift box is adapted from a design for a wallpaper by C.F.A. Voysey (1857-1941), Ink wash on paper, England, about 1900
  • From the luxury V&A collection by Shearer Candles, indulgent gifts for special friends and family   
  • Size approximately 210mm high by 126mm diameter
  • Reed diffuser contains 200ml of fragranced oil, decorative glass bottle and black reeds
  • A modern essential oil reed diffuser which will stylishly and practically fragrance your home safely without the need for a flame
  • Glass bottle with selection of reeds, which are simply turned over when fragrance needs renewing in your home
  • Other sizes and fragrances available in the Shearer Candles range of scented candles for the home and garden
The V&A archives hold millions of amazing artifacts, including world class collections of glass, textiles, graphics, photography and fashion, offering a wealth of inspiration to designers and manufacturers.

The V&A Collection by Shearer Candles introduces a set of 4 scented candles and reed diffusers taking inspiration from one of the most innovative Arts and Crafts designers, Charles Annesley Voysey (1857 - 1941). Voysey was an English architect, furniture and textile designer famed for his highly original style. This range draws upon a design for a wallpaper by C.F.A Voyset, England about 1900.   © Victoria and Albert Museum.