Since its founding in Paris in 1852, La Maison Rigaud, one of the oldest perfumeries in the world, has taken special care in the choice and preparation of its ingredients to create home fragrances that are as carefully crafted as perfumes for the body.
“W ith the heady redolence of Un Air Embaumé Days pass with such tenderness That in the soft breeze one imagines one hears The voice of Amor devoutly singing.”
- Elie Brachet, Poet
La Maison Rigaud takes particular care with the choice of the wick, essential to proper candle combustion and lift of the fragrance into the air. All wicks are of natural cotton. The wicks are attached to a metal star and centered in the container. Rigaud wicks are designed not to drown in the wax during burning.