The dynastic tool
Tragic Octavia (69–11 BC). Used by her brother Augustus as a dynastic tool, she was expected to produce heirs and live up to the exacting moralising standards of the regime. Octavia behaved as the respectful and compliant Stepford Wife she was supposed to be as well as proving a dynastic lynchpin. Cuckolded by her last husband, Mark Antony, in favour of Cleopatra, she spent much of her life grieving for her dead son Marcellus.
Snuff boxes, perfume bottles and flowing silk dressing gowns.
A scent as lovely as its name sake, Octavia carries the femininity of an elegant powder room with a delicate flower arrangement on the side table.
Top note: Berries
Middle notes: Rose I Geramium
Base notes: Oak I Musk I Patchouli
290g I soy blend wax I 8% perfume
Burning time: approx 50 hours
In case of rash or irritation, seek medical advice. If on skin: wash with plenty of water.
May cause an allergic reaction.
Keep out of reach of children.
PLEASE NOTE: A CANDLE SHOULD NEVER BE LEFT BURNING UNATTENDED