In collaboration with the Natural History Museum
Creating the essence of after-dark opulence, juniper, black saffron and rich coffee intertwine with amber, soft suede and vanilla bean to evoke evening glamour.
- A beautifully illustrated vessel featuring a detailed sketch of the Natural History Museum
- Candle comes with a silver coloured metal lid which is both functional and decorative as a base tray
- Lasts up to 40 hours
- Soy wax blend
- Keep and re-use this glass vessel once the wax has melted
Creating the essence of after-dark opulence, juniper, black saffron and rich coffee intertwine with amber, soft suede and vanilla bean to evoke evening glamour. The By Night Candle lasts up to 40 hours and comes in an eye-catching black candle jar with a silver metal lid. Keep and re-use this glass vessel once the wax has melted.
Natural History Museum x Dunelm
The By Night Candle is part of the Signature collection. This very special collaboration has been influenced by the Natural History Museum’s incredible building. First opened in 1881, the Museum is now considered a work of art in its own right. Alfred Waterhouse, a young architect from Liverpool, used a mixture of Gothic Revival and twelfth-century Romanesque-style architecture, in line with Museum founder Sir Richard Owen’s vision of creating a ‘cathedral to nature’. Taking inspiration from the Museum’s unique architectural details and unmistakable Victorian décor, our contemporary collection makes it possible to bring a piece of natural history into your home.
© The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London 2022. All Rights Reserved.
- Product Dimensions Dia. 8cm x 10.5cm
- Brand Natural History Museum
- Scent Mixed
- Burn Time 40 hours
- Care Instructions Wipe clean with a soft cloth
- Composition Glass, Wax
- Pack Contents 1 x Candle
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