12 November 2019
In Cerabella we are proud of our history and our origins, which on this occasion, the Expansion Start Up supplement published in a magnificent report. Interesting read with curious anecdotes and good advice for SMEs.
Thank you Expansion for this excellent report!
24 September 2019
The history of Cerabella in “The last Scouting” of the magazine “Marie Clair”. A fabulous article that has been elaborated according to the history of the brand. A brief summary of who is Cerabella, and what are the fundamental pillars that makes its candles “pieces of art”.
Thank you, Marie Claire, for those beautiful words!
20 August 2019
4 July 2019
A story that begins with the determination of a strong and self confident woman. A true entrepreneur, Francesca Abella, who came to the profession in 1862 with her own manufactory and raised a prosperous business that today is an emblem of respect for a craft where candles have survived more than 160 years.
14 May 2019
Inside Peter Greenaway’s “Flying on Water” fabulous book, edited by Merrell Holberton, we find this little treasure:
“Candles are lit for auspicious beginnings. Light a candle to a light the way- Candles lit to placate the gods and remember the departed. Placed here in this imaginary exhibition, one hundred candles are situated halfway between the wax that made them and created their shape and mystique, and halfway to the the Daedalian lighthouse, their possible cumulative outcome. For centuries, architecs have constructed lighthouses in the shape of candles. Let this set of one hundred lighthouses- They are a remembrance and guide.” – Peter Greenaway
17 January 2019
Spectacular report from the magazine El Mueble. This magazine has selected the Cerabella’s Candles as an ideal collection to achieve harmony with the decorated space.
Thanks to the magazine El Mueble for this publication, and Carmen Figueras to do this great report.
4 December 2018
Thanks “EL MUNDO” for such a excellent article!
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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?
26 July 2015
Have you ever met a candlemaker? Here you have an important one!