A showcase of 5 different candle scents in baby vessels. Candles are packed with information cards about each scent.
Lemon Myrtle, Wild Honey & Bush Florals
This candle is a dense cluster of floral scents and fresh, green herbal notes. The aromas of Eucalyptus, lemon, jasmine, and honey perfectly combine with light citrus to create this unique, Aussie outback and native florals inspired candle.
Summer Melon, Basil & Cucumber
A quintessential ode to summer, with long, sunny days and warm, balmy nights. This candle resonates with a refreshing and invigorating melody of watermelon, green cucumber and herbal basil. Combined with delicious notes of crisp apple, pomelo and Japanese grapefruit.
Cosy Nights & Warm, Spiced Wine
This candle is the physical manifestation of a cosy winter’s night: reading a book and relaxing with a decadent drink. It’s bursting with rich, warm aromas of orange zest, violet, raspberry, balsam, cinnamon, spice and red wine.
Bergamot, Mint, Vanilla & Lemongrass
A rejuvenating pick-me-up, this highly stimulating blend of essential oils energises the central nervous system, invigorating and strengthening where there is weakness and exhaustion. Contains the essential oils clary sage, aniseed, lemongrass, bergamot, peppermint and grapefruit.
Vetiver, Blood Plum, Campfire Smoke & Oak Moss
This candle has a deep and rich, woody aroma with earthy vetiver at its core. Notice the smoky undertones of forest and campfire that are complimented and uplifted with fruity hints of blood plum and raspberry. Its final notes linger of oak moss, musk and jasmine.
Aggre (pronounced Ag-grah) is a small concrete homewares studio based in Redfern, Sydney. Their pieces celebrate simplicity and functionality, highlighting the inherent beauty of concrete objects that are made by hand. Concrete takes 100 years to cure, so it is only getting stronger the longer you have it. Each item is hand poured into a silicone mold and then cures over a number of days. Unlike ceramics, concrete cures by itself; it doesn't require the excess energy to cook it in a kiln.