These flowers have provided inspiration for many Janet Bell paintings, and it’s not hard to see why. Spreading their magic in lilac and blue hues, bluebells are a sure sign of spring and their perfume is sublime. Once used to ward off nightmares, these flowers are very special, and so is this fragrance, with notes of rose, jasmine and musk alongside the unmistakeable notes of this very special flower.
On the North coast of Cornwall (not far from Padstow or Newquay, for those who know the area), St. Eval is a coastal town that has been put on the map by the small business behind these traditional candles. Beginning as a cottage industry, St. Eval pride themselves on preserving and utilising their heritage, putting craftsmanship and artisan skills at the heart of what they do.
St. Eval use solar, wind and biomass energies, all generated on their farm, to power everything they do. Their packaging is all 100% recyclable or, even better, can be repurposed. Team Janet Bell can vouch for their successes reusing candle holders as flower pots, or tins for storage and organising. In 20221, they even won a Queen’s Award for Sustainability.
All of the fragrances produced by St. Eval are inspired by their (pretty spectacular) surroundings and captured in hand-poured wax.
To keep your candles at their best, and to get the most from them, we suggest that you: ensure the wick is kept trimmed, avoid burning candles in draughty burn candles for 3-4 hours at a time (or 1-2 hours for tealights), and, make sure there is a liquid pool of wax covering the entire surface of the candle from edge to edge before the candle is extinguished.
Burn time up to 45 hours.
|SIZE||7.6 x 7.6cm|