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The story goes back to 1845. Charles Farris created a brand that supplied pillar candles to some of Britain’s most important institutions, including Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral. This historic London company is the ultimate candlemaker by appointment to Her Majesty the Queen.
Our collection of luxury scented candles and reed diffusers is created by master blenders using traditional techniques and high-quality ingredients, drawing on over 170 years of experience. This meticulously crafted selection epitomizes a legacy of unique and beautiful scents. Our candles are encased in artisan, hand-finished glass.
We have benefited from the knowledge passed down by generations of skilled candlemakers, allowing Charles Farris to remain an integral part of the London scene.
Our factory is based in the heart of Wiltshire countryside. We still use traditional methods to make our beeswax candles, which date back to medieval times. While we have been continually refining our wax blends and ingredients, many of our production methods remain the same. The dipping for each candle is a slow process and can take many days, but there is no other method to create tapered candles with such a beautifully smooth finish. Our candles are then hand-polished and checked for our high standards of quality, before being carefully wrapped for delivery.
Charles Farris Ltd was established in 1845 as a chandlers, originally manufacturing candles for the institutions and people of London. It’s tradition of candle-making artisanship continues to this day in rural Wiltshire whilst it still holds a retail presence in London.
At Charles Farris, we know that everybody and every corporate body has a duty to protect the environment and we are dedicated to minimising the impact of its activities on the environment. The commitment is embedded in our brand values and business strategy.
The key points of the strategy are:
Our business management system is the framework and foundation for all of the above. It will be continually improved as standards change and lessons are learned from audits, reviews, performance data and stakeholder feedback.