Ebony is the name given to the dark brown, sometimes black, tissue called duramen found under the bark of Ebenaceae trees. Praised for its sturdiness and density, ebony is used to carve precious furniture pieces and refined musical instruments.
Ebony trees are found in the tropical regions of the Old World, and are sought out for the enchanting smell that rises from their ashes.
Wicks are weaved with pure cotton. They are placed and secured in each vessel by hand. Because every essential oil burns at a different temperature, each fragrance is paired with its own specially woven wick for an optimal burn.