True Grace • MANOR
"Portobello Oud" reed diffusor
Scented oil with Portobello Oud fragrance. Memories of True Grace's candle stall in Portobello Oud among a myriad of others selling exotic food & spices. A softly smoked apothecary bottle, full of beautiful fragrance. As the bundle of natural reeds soak up the fragrance, they fill any room with a constant warmth and atmosphere. Fresh for up to 12 weeks. Bundle of Reeds.
Nº68. Portobello Oud. Where it all began for True Grace.
Memories of their candle stall nestled amongst a myriad of others selling exotic food, spices and antique leather furniture.
Top notes: bergamot, ginger
Middle notes: sandalwood, oud, coriander
Base notes: leather, patchouli, musk, cedar
The Manor collection, a trip to a historic manor house.
An exploration of luxury, decadence and even mystery through complex and intricate fragrances inspired by grandeurs past.
The beautifully smoked glass emphasizes the opulent feel of the room diffuser and makes it a great addition to your own castle.
True Grace aims to capture the true essence of Britain through its fragrances. Manor houses, small country town life and famous English gardens are recreated through scents that are thoughtfully designed to transport you immediately to those places.
The candles are mixed and poured by hand using traditional techniques into carefully hand blown glass receptacles. Only organic raw materials of the highest quality are used. 100% cotton wicks and vegetable waxes are combined with the exceptional scents developed by Philippa and Roger Biles, who established the brand in 2003, applying the knowledge gained after years working as scented candle creators for some of the world's most reputable brands.
From a stall in Portobello market in West London, True Grace became renowned for wonderful home fragrance and was soon stocked by department stores and lifestyle shops across the globe. Its factory is a stone's throw from the home of Philippa and Roger, who personally oversee the entire process.
Their unique fragrances, named with original names, are strongly associated with memory, referring to nature, architecture or simply to a feeling.