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About Voluspa

You'll wax poetic about Voluspa candles' gorgeous designs and delicious scents. Founded in 1999 by Troy and Traci Arntsen, the brand spares no expense, handcrafting its candles from a proprietary wax blend and packaging the finished products in dupioni-silk bags. Fragrances range from the zingy Italian Tangelo to the earthy Baltic Amber. The company also offers room diffusers, body sprays, lotions, and incense.

Past Sales Featuring Voluspa

Sale Ended November 09, 2010

Blow Out Candle Sale

Find something to satisfy your olfactory whims with these long-burners from some of the best purveyors out there. Pick up something elegant (Candela’s delicately scented Naturella Cinnamon candle, for example, which is soy-based and made from herbs from the Latvian countryside), or go for an edgier choice (a large metallic-gold skull candle from D.L. & Co.). There are also fragrant options from Burn, Voluspa, and modern alchemy, among others.

Sale Ended December 07, 2010

Voluspa Candles

Voluspa spares no expense with its handcrafted candles, from their proprietary mix of waxes to their packaging in dupioni-silk bags. Sample its delicious scents, which run from the zingy Tunisian Blood Orange to the heady Demerara Sugar Crystal, in this assembly of collectible containers and gift sets. And for those who aren’t fans of the burn, the fragrances are also available in diffusers and as room sprays.

Sale Ended October 22, 2010

It's Good to Be New

Welcome to Gilt! Now make the most of your insider status with this special sale, where newbies get first dibs on home goods like Seda France’s luxurious scented candles and Pacific Merchants’ Acacia hardwood bowls. Add pizzazz to your living room with sculptural metal accessories from Michael Aram and playful throw pillows from thomaspaul. And for the kitchen: Kyocera knives, of course!

Sale Ended September 29, 2010

Fall Flames Candle Sale

Whichever fragrance you fancy, we’ve got a candle for you. If woodsy is your thing, try DayNa Decker’s handpoured Cedar Tea option, which features a wick that, when lit, emanates the sound of softly crackling firewood. Or fill your home with the scents of roses and African violets courtesy of Seda France. Barbara Berry makes it simple, offering fragrances targeted to a particular room, while Voluspa introduces citrus notes with its range of diffusers.