Casted in solid brass, the Sandhya candle brings to you, the signature Tula scent of thuja, clove and saffron. An earthy blend of nostalgia and comfort. Sandhya has been made in small batches of 50 and each batch is hand poured with a special blend of coconut and soy waxes. The votive, with its screw top, makes for a beautiful container once the wax has burnt out. Developed in collaboration with Boond Fragrances it comes in a quilted Kala cotton dori bag.
We take pride in the slight variations in colours and textures of handmade products and hope that you will not perceive them as a flaw but as a unique mark of its artisan. We hope it brings you much joy.
Comes in a quilted Kala cotton pouch
Developed in collaboration with Boond Fragrances.
Container: Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh
Perfume oil: Khannauj, Uttar Pradesh
Poured in: Kolkata, West Bengal
Brass container contains- coconut wax, soy wax
This piece is made to order and will take up to 10 business days to be shipped out. We know this is a long time, but it is a time-consuming process as each piece is handcrafted and hand-painted.
As a policy, we do not offer returns or exchanges on products that are delivered in perfect condition as per the order placed.
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Tula is a symphony of small gestures where each object is a note. By finding meaning in the little things and appreciating the imperfections and flaws that make things unique, they believe in looking for intimate beauty in the ordinary and mundane aspects of life. The core principles lie with creating heirloom objects with fine craftsmanship and timeless design that never goes out of style. They work exclusively with artisans and emphasise the use of craft techniques from the Indian subcontinent. All the products are slowly made in small batches and no two objects are ever exactly the same.