Undoubtedly greatest prestige- the Kelly Bag of the living room ... the Chanel Couture of the porch - have the Trudon candles.
Founded in 1643 by Claude Trudon, Paris-based Maison de Cire Trudon was the official supplier to the royal court of Louis XIV at Versailles and is notable as the oldest and most prestigious wax-producing factory in the world. Today, these peerless candles are the pinnacle of luxury with their delicious scents and innovative production techniques.Trudon's fragrances are the result of careful development elaborated hand and hand with world class perfumers.
In 2017 Trudon unveiled a gender-less collection of perfumes rooted in the Maison's heritage. The perfumes are a modern take on precious themes such as history, royalty or a sense of absoluteness.
All Trudon candles are handmade in their own factory in Normandy, France.
Elaborated hand in hand with world class perfumers, Trudon’s fragrances are the result of careful development. Choosing the raw materials, testing the formula in their laboratory, mixing the perfume with the wax are some of the steps that lead the way to a scented candle.
As a timeless object, Trudon candles are the expression of an exceptional know-how, from the waxing to the packaging, and each label is centered and affixed by hand.
In February 2020 company CIR, which harbors the names Trudon and Carrière Frères, has become a Living Heritage Company (EPV), joining in that manner famous names such as Chaumet, Hermès, crystal maker Saint Louis or the Bristol Hôtel of Paris.
This label is provided by the Government of France after rigorous investigation. Its objective is to provide recognition to companies that are emblematic of French industrial or artisanal excellence.
The criteria concern the mastering of advanced knowhow, renowned or traditional, generally associated to a specific region. They allow to clearly underline the high added-value of “made in France”manufacturing.