The first perforated candle was invented by the Fournier-Ferrier company in 1900, and the technology was later taken over by Bougies la Française. Today they are the only candlemakers producing this ingenious design.
These tapers are perforated with five channels so that, as they burn through the night, the hot wax drips back into the candle, making them shine with increased intensity and without the risk of dripping for up to seven hours. Great for the dinner table and especially great for the rare candles-only chandelier. And, with a few drops of essential oil, these candles serve excellently well as scent diffusers.
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