ØY, Norwegian for 'ISLAND'.
Silken lakes, secluded islands, silent forests. Memories of rowing to a deserted island, the slippery touch of damp rockmoss underfoot, and the fragrant green embrace of dog-rose and crabapples.
Made from a blend of perfume and vegetable wax with a 100% cotton wick and engraved beechwood lid. Hand-poured into a painted glass votive, it will burn for up to 16 hours.
JUL, Scandinavian for ‘Christmas’. Glowing windows in the darkness, generations gathered...
TRÆ, Danish for ‘tree’. In the cold, grey mists of a...
SNÖ, Swedish for ‘snow’. Nature’s treasured light during the long dark...