Trudon unveils a new range with white luminescent attributes: The Alabasters.
The delicate alabaster not only replaces the traditional green-glass but creates a sculptural object complete with a matching top.
Praised since Antiquity by Greeks, Egyptians and Romans, alabaster is a soft stone: its milky aspect ideally filters light. Countless artefacts, objects and sculptures carved out of alabaster are held in museums around the globe. All symbolize elegance, finesse and immaculate whiteness. In ancient Greece, alabaster also coined the name of a vase without handles that contained perfume (αλάϐαστρος / alabastros).
Sculpted in Spain out of a single block, the new containers and matching tops are one-of-a-kind: the alabaster’s veins that run on the surface are unique by essence. Minimal and aesthetic, a gold metallic label further recalls the manufacture’s history.
Glorified by the candle’s flame, the translucent alabaster welcomes a halo of light: with its white mineral tops, The Alabaster range of candles transforms into a unique interior accessory.
A fine fragrance, Atria is light with a powdery touch: its feminine character evokes the soft and delicate touch of the skin. At the heart of the perfume, iris, cashmere wood and amber notes are combined with leathery and musky base notes.
In 1643 Claude Trudon becomes the owner of a store on rue Saint Honoré in Paris. There he sells spices and candles.The manufacture becomes a Royal Manufacture, the one and only candle manufacture to ever obtain this title.
Top Note: Geranium
Middle Note: Iris
Bottom Note: Musk
Family Name: Cire Turdon