19 November 2018
5 November 2018
5 November 2018
We are deeply grateful to the magazine “ARQUITECTURA Y DISEÑO” for the publication of our collection Anaga. We are fullly agree with the way they describe the candles: ” Anaga collection creates a pleasant atmosphere that relaxes the senses and provides an oasis of comfort “
Thanks AyD for this brilliant publication!
5 November 2018
A collection that inspires minimalist decoration, simple and tasteful. With a special design which you can combine in between and create a beautiful decorative landscape.
24 October 2018
We are very grateful for the fantastic work of “Arte Regalo” about the candles of Cerabella. In their monthly magazine, they published the 5 most outstanding novelties of Cerabella, with the aim of giving ideas to the users how to prepare this season, a season of light, warmth and love!
Thanks “Arte Regalo“!
24 October 2018
The magazine ” Arquitectura y Diseño” has compiled a collection of 5 objects that make the room more welcoming, among we find the “Géomètre” collection of Cerabella. A collection that bets on elegance, delicacy and simplicity of geometric shapes. Thank you, “Arquitectura y Diseño”!
17 October 2018
The Abstract collection is inspired by the artistic movement known as Neoplasticism. The main objective of it was to simplify the forms to the limit. According to Van Doesburg, featured artist of Neoplasticism, “we strip nature of all its forms and only the style will remain”.
Full moon: the notes of cardamom and bergamot, reach the senses with small touches of violet, leather, labdanum and roses. All they will remain throughout the fragance until the end, where you can find a last note of farewell: a dry perfume of wood.
The summit: we find a different design, where essences of lemon, cardamom, basil, patchouli and nutmeg merge with the wood, achieving an attractive perfume.
Eclipse:the lemon and the softness of the water mix with the vibration of the lavender and the musk, giving way to a pleasant note of cedar wood and sage, creating a fragance that recalls the simplicity of the forms of this collection.
Into the wild: Finally, a last design, where a sweet and volatile combination of figs and green leaves open the way to the heart of the perfume: wooden notes with a soft background taste to musk.
11 October 2018
The realism has shaped the wax, giving room to three different leaves’ shapes, as indicated by their name: “feuilles de cire“. Their fragance is intoxicating the senses, and it is moving us to a wild forest, where the trees are composed of wax’s leaves. And its wick is embraced by a natural scent, which emitted it scent with the wind breath.
As shown in a chord, the highest musical note is the Rhubarb’s scent, next to a fruit touch through the fig and apple’s leaves, and as a sweet farewell the last brief smell of vainilla. Feuilles de Cire is composed by 3 models, in 4 different autumnal colours, and also in golden, silver and copper. Every leaf comes with a handcrafted candleholder in a sophisticated and elegant present’s box, with golden stamping. The perfect present for a special occasion.
8 August 2018
At times, it’s not necessary to travel far to go around the world; with the light of a candle you can dream, imagine and even discover the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Hemispheres of the globe. The craftsmen of Cerabella put a lot of love into making it possible for anyone to imagine what Finisterre’s surroundings, the port of Boston, the Lighthouse of Alexandria and Mikomoto Shima are like.
‘Lighthouse collection‘. This is how Cerabella’s new collection of scented candles, which takes you on a journey to such places, is called. Through mandarin or amber scents, you can go to the first lighthouse in the world, the Lighthouse of Alexandria, while the “floral blend” of jasmine and white rose will take you to the environs of Boston Harbor.
But if you prefer to go to the “end of the world”, the Lighthouse of Finisterre is, without a doubt, the perfect place for you. Just by smelling the fragrance of this candle, you’ll imagine the waves crashing against the rocks and the fresh sea air of Cape Finisterre. A very similar sensation is what you get when you go to the oldest stone lighthouse in the world, which is known as Mikomoto Shima. The difference lies in the floral perfume that emanates from the Asian continent, where it is found. Grapefruit and patchouli notes are immediately noticeable as soon as you light the wick of the candle representing this lighthouse.
Four candles, four lighthouses and four great and unique opportunities to travel the world by simply lighting a flame. Which lighthouse would you like to discover today?