Supernova | Clear Glass Buddha Lined with Pure Silver
Thompson Ferrier's Supernova glass buddha head candle is lined with pure silver and hand filled with a proprietary soy wax blend, all natural essential oils and 3 cotton wicks to provide a clean burn.
Each candle is fragranced with perfumes curated by Swiss perfume house Givaudan to ensure that you receive a luxury aromatherapeutic experience in your home. Place this candle in your living room on the coffee table as a statement piece and fill your home with fragrance.
Every vessel comes in a signature black Thompson Ferrier box which is gift wrapped and sealed with our red wax seal and is tied together with our branded silk ribbon.
Fragrance Notes: Cocoa, Peony Accord, Litchi Accord, Patchouli, Turkish Rose, Ginger, Bergamot.
Candle Burn Time: 220-240 hours
Wax Weight: 40 oz / 1200g
Vessel Size: 6.5" x 6.5" x 7" / 16.5cm x 16.5cm x 17.8cm
Inspiration Behind the Name
Silver, a precious gift from the universe.
Do you know how silver came into existence? If you love stars and everything about the universe, I’ve got a juicy story for you. Silver comes from space!
This precious material is born when a star explodes, during a “supernova”. A supernova is a powerful and extremely bright stellar explosion that happens at the last life stage of a massive star. When the star dies, it spews tons of heavy metals into the atmosphere, one of which is the precious silver we love and wear today.
We chose silver for this candle, because we wanted to emphasize the birth of something beautiful in the midst of chaos. When a star dies, it doesn’t just become fragmented pieces of who it used to be, but instead it transforms itself into entirely new pieces of precious materials and heavy metals. We love this story because of how representative it is of our personal evolutions.
This glass buddha head candle lined with silver is a symbol of how our life cycle is similar to that of a star’s… somewhat. Think about though, how many times have things felt like they’ve exploded only for you to realize what came from it was more precious than what you had before?