100 OF EACH SCENT
HAND-POURED IN NîMES
PORCELAIN CUP MOLDED IN SAINT-UZE
SCENTS COMPOSED IN GRASSE
MADE IN FRANCE
Imperial accords using ancient skill for modern homes
ueen Marie Candles is a New York luxury candle house inspired by French beauty, history, and savoir-faire. Named in part for the infamous paragon of style and symbol of opulence, Marie Antoinette, we craft candles with imperial accords using ancient skill for modern homes.
Created entirely in France, each scent has a unique soy and mineral wax formula to ensure optimal burn performance. Our fragrances are made in partnership with a 150 year old parfumerie in Grasse, the perfume capital of the world. And our porcelain cups are expertly crafted by a renowned French porcelain house operating since 1768, during Queen Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI's reign.
LUXURY SOY-BLEND CANDLES
HANDCRAFTED IN FRANCE
Bonjour! I'm the founder of Queen Marie Candles, a luxury candle brand dreamt up in New York and realized in France.
In 2019 I left NYC to follow my life-long dream of living in Paris. Once here I began looking for ways to share my appreciation for France and as a Francophile with a passion for candles, I decided this is where I should start. So I found an incredible team of experts across France to help realize my vision: to create a luxury candle made of the finest materials...with an American spirit. What evolved was Queen Marie Candles, named in part for the infamous paragon of style and symbol of opulence, Marie Antoinette.
Inspired by France, we will continually create collections based on its history, beauty, and culture. Therefore, our candles are limited in production to allow us to keep innovating and telling stories. So once a scent is gone, c'est fini!
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"No detail was spared in this limited-edition burner (only 100 were made) by Queen Marie Candles, a woman-owned line rooted in French history. The warm, earthy fragrance of cedar, rose, and sandsalwood comes by way of Grasse, the world’s perfume capital. The vessels are made of delicate porcelain from a traditional house from 1768, and the name nods to Queen Marie Antoinette’s not-so-secret lover, Swedish count Axel de Fersen." - Katie Chang