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Seda France Candles
Toile de Jouy, commonly called Toile, is a process for printing on cotton that was invented by a young French fabric manufacturer in 1759. "Toile" means canvas or cloth and "Jouy" represents the abbreviated name of the village, Jouy-en-Josas, which was prosperous in textiles during this time. Traditional motifs are inspired by the French countryside and typically include scenes of pastoral life and village festivals.
Long a favorite of designers, Toile has enchanted Marie Antoinette and been honored by Louis XVI. Today, this design is enjoying another renaissance and has been deemed "the new leopard" by Time magazine.
Seda France is excited to offer a new twist on this established tradition with the visually arresting color ways featured in our Toile candle line. Our hand-poured candles are presented in a variety of fresh color combinations that make elegantly presented gifts that need not be wrapped. We offer either generous 14 ounce candles or votive sets which bring the romance of France into your home.
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