One of the points in common between Cire Trudon and Napoleon the 1st ? Both chose the bee as their emblem. Discover the story about this queen of insects.
To honor the 350th anniversary of Nicolas Poussin’s death in 1665, the Louvre Museum has dedicated an exhibition to the painter known as the “Raphael of France”.
Handmade cameo candles.
In the heart of Normandy, Cire Trudon delicately shapes the candles to light your interiors. A graceful ballet of gestures is used to produce Cire Trudon’s cameo candles, cult items as sought after as the House’s perfumed candles.
La Malmaison: Joséphine's garden.
Josephine Bonaparte, Napoléon’s wife and the first empress of France, adored plants and birds. Malmaison, the chateau she bought during her husband’s Egyptian campaign, was the stage setting for these two passions. Today, her magnificent garden has inspired the House’s newest candle, Joséphine.
Cire Trudon signs a new candle. A feminine portrait inspired by Josephine de la Page, the wife of Napoleon.
Pondicherry, a French trading post that flourished on India’s southern coast at the dawn of the 18th century, has inspired Cire Trudon to name a candle after it.
An ode to light
Napoléon and Marie-Louise's wedding.
After divorcing Joséphine, Napoleon marries Marie-Louise, daughter of Francis I of Austria. The young woman’s future is sacrificed by her father for the good of the state.
Cire Christmas // Custom-made pillar
Cire Trudon associates with Le Bon Marché’s Galerie Imaginaire.