The homo universalis
There is no better example of the Renaissance man than Giorgio Vasari. Painter, architect, engineer, writer, and historian, best known for his "Lives of…”, the 16th century equivalent of Gossip Girl. This multitasking prodigy was the personification of his age. Fully trained in all aspects of artes liberales, one would expect Vasari to be a man of reason. And although he was indeed enlightened in the 16th century sense of the word, Vasari was, above all else, human - and as such unable to hide his absolute favouritism for Michelangelo.
A scent that will draw you in, conducive of intimate conversations in a secret corner of the library. Think: leather books, outrageous scandal.
Top note: Bergamot
Middle notes: Moss I Frankincense I Cedarwood
Base notes: Guaiac I Amber
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