Cire Trudon has been manufacturing candles in Normandy, France since 1643. They have always been associated with Royalty and the greatest cathedrals and churches across France.
As part of the Low Light winter festival, join us for a French inspired evening at Clydesville, 20 Gellibrand Street, Queenscliff.
The mood will be set in the main dining room of Clydesville where you will enjoy artwork by print maker Marion Manifold – displaying a selection or her work entitled “Marie Antoinette – through the notebook”.
Lucy Boland from Agence de Parfum will share her extensive knowledge and passion for winter fragrances as well as showcasing the exceptional candles and fragrances of Cire Trudon,it will be a true luxurious winter evening.
Bubbles and nibbles on arrival.
Date: Friday 13th July
Hosts: Clydesville Queenscliff, Homebody Orchard and Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop
Venue: @ Clydesville, 20 Gellibrand St Queenscliff
Tickets: FREE event, however bookings are essential (limited numbers apply)
Email Homebody Orchard, phone 03 5258 1322 or visit to store at 78 Hesse Street Queenscliff