Art Deco Velvet -

- - - Scented Candle

ARQUISTE Candle 251 grs/ 8.9 oz:


March 1930. Midnight in a Mayfair smoking room, London. The elegant imprint of The Architects Club in Mayfair’s smartest Art Deco bar: Spilled gin martinis on velvet banquettes, and clouds of vanilla and blond tobacco smoke all mingle in the cosy interior. Notes include: Juniper berry oil, Blond Tobacco, Vanilla Absolute, Oakwood and Amber. Developed with Nicole Mancini and Yann Vasnier. ***Candles can ship internationally.
  • Scented Candle / Bougie Parfumée
  • Estimated burning time: 55 to 60 hours.
  • 8.9 oz / 251 g.
  • Includes engraved metal lid.
  • An aromatic, powdery amber inspired by the plush and ever so posh Fumoir Bar, the inspiring locale behind The Architects Club.
  • Candles can ship internationally.
  • ART DECO VELVET was inspired after several wonderful visits to the smartest of Mayfair smoking rooms and cocktail bars. The exotic wood and leather panelled walls, the Lalique glass detailing and the velvet banquettes have soaked in years of redolent smoke and powdery, ambery rich perfumes. The most comfortable, elegant cocoon of a space.
  • The scent's irreverent aromatic and citrusy notes of the gin martini contrast with the soft vanilla blond tobacco and a dry woody background that is perfect for any ambiance.
  • Bring the splendor of The Architects Club’s to your home, inspired by the original Mayfair Fumoir bar and capturing the feel of the Art Deco movement in the 1930s.
-Schwartzman, Arnold, “London Art Deco”, Palazzo Editions Limited, United Kingdom, 2006. -Jodidio, Philip, “Architecture in the United Kingdom”, Taschen America, New York, 2006. -Robinson,  Jeffrey, “The Hotel: Backstairs at the World’s Most Exclusive Hotel” , Arcade Publishing , New York, 1997. – Oswald Milne: Bulletin of the American Institute of Architects, Volumes 11-12 -Ionides, Basil, “Colour and Interior Decoration”,  Country Life Ltd., London, 1926. -Woolf, Virginia, “The London Scene: Six Essays on London Life”, Harper Collins Publishers, 1931. -Taylor, D.J., “Bright Young People: The Lost Generation of London’s Jazz Age”, Farrar, Straus and Giroux; First Edition edition, New York, 2010. -Barnett, Richard, “The Book of Gin: A Spirited World History from Alchemists’ Stills and Colonial Outposts to Gin Palaces, Bathtub Gin, and Artisanal Cocktails”, Grove Press, New York, 2012.  
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