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Seda France candles are renowned for their evocative aromas and luxurious packing - up to 70% off. In 2001, the Austin, Texas company introduced its first collection, Classic Toile, featuring hand-poured pillars in chic pagoda-shaped boxes. An immediate hit, the collection has been followed by the Modern Orientals, with scents including Malaysian bamboo and Japanese quince; Bon Chic, featuring lush, earthen notes like Norwegian spruce and white cashmere; and L’Occasion, boasting festive spice blends Seda France also makes room diffusers, mists, and scented bath and body products.

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Sale Ended November 07, 2015

Buyers' Picks: Our Favorite Candles

Standout scents, particularly perfect for autumn and winter

Sale Ended January 10, 2011

Seda France Candles & Diffusers

Make life smell a whole lot better with Seda France’s hand-poured candles and diffusers. Fancy a heady fragrance? Then try China Musk, with its blend of notes inspired by the famous spice-trade routes. Prefer something light and crisp? Opt for L’Orangerie, which features a zingy bouquet of citrus notes mixed with florals like jasmine, rose, and lavender. Each candle arrives in style, too, packaged in a pagoda-shaped box topped with a gold tassel.

Sale Ended February 26, 2011

Seda France

Make life smell a whole lot better with Seda France’s hand-poured candles and diffusers. The range of fragrances is wide, with a focus on heady scents like Siberian Palm (with notes including golden amber, sandalwood, cinnamon leaf, and musk) and Royal Carnation (which pairs essences of this regal flower with hints of black cherry, ripe banana, and French vanilla, among others).

Sale Ended March 09, 2011

Up to 60% off Candles: Featuring DayNa Decker

It’s a fact: Fragrance is one of the most powerful triggers of memory. Make your home unforgettable with candles, votives, room sprays, and diffusers from such top names as DayNa Decker, Voluspa, and D.L. & Co.

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