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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the meaning of the name "Bellière"?

Bellière is the name of a hamlet in France, where our ancestor Pierre-François, Marquis de Rougé, was born in 1701, he became a famous general but also a humanist of the mid-18th century Europe. His bust can still be admired in the Château de Versailles, in the "Museum of the French Glories". On the Bellière Estate, there once was an impressive castle, and even a gold mine! The Rougés have held the title of Marquis du Plessis-Bellière since 1651.

What's the coat of arms on the package and on the glass?

That's a long story! The coat of arms is our family crest, summarizing nearly one thousand years of adventures, battles, love and passion, difficulties or successes, travels, achievements, well, it's a long story, as we said. We are proud of our roots and we cherish our heritage.

Do you have a Facebook or Instagram account?

Yes we do! Click here for Facebook and Here for Instagram.

Where are the candles made?

Our candles are made by hand in a tiny and picturesque French village. This activity provides most of the local jobs and is an amazing help for a local community in a rural context.

We create our perfumes in Provence, amongs the olive trees and roman ruins.

What is the wick made of?

100% pure cotton. Bellière stands for quality and authenticity. Our candles are 100% natural. Many wicks are not made of pure cotton. We care for you and your health.

How do you care for your candles?

Lite the candle and wait for approximately 50 minutes for it to fully exhale its perfume.

Don't burn the candle for more than 2 hours at a time.

Cut the wick a little bit befor each use.

Where can I buy a candle?

We are represented in boutiques around the world, including Paris, Brussels, London, Palm Beach, Boston area, to name a few. If we aren't yet in your city, we can ship directly to your door!

Do you ship internationally?

Yes we do!

What can I do with the jar after the candle is burnt?

When empy, clean it and use it as a pencil holder, or to keep your coins, etc. It looks nice on your desk!

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