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Halcyon Days
Gladys Deacon Lavender Scented Candle


This eye-catching design is inspired by the North Portico of Blenheim Palace and makes a beautiful gift or striking decorative accent.

Wander through the North Portico of Blenheim Palace and you may feel you are being watched… Staring down from the ceiling are the bright blue eyes of Gladys, Duchess of Marlborough, immortalised into the design by British artist Colin Gill in 1928. This finely crafted and hand-painted candle holder recreates the iconic motif in a strikingly contemporary accessory.

Filled with a lavender scented candle.



Height 8.5 cm,  Ø 7.7 cm


Fine Bone China, 10% perfume wax candle


Halcyon Days

Need to know:

Presented in a luxury gift box. Burning time 40 hours. Hand poured

The Designer

Established in 1950, Halcyon Days craft beautiful enamel and bone china gifts, each one a representation of a commitment to hand-craftsmanship and tradition.

It is one of only 14 companies to hold all three royal warrants, having been commissioned by various members of the Royal Family for both personal and official gifts. Their fine bone china is manufactured in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of the English pottery industry, sumptuously decorated with a range of exotic patterns and motifs.

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