Brothers Karamazovs is the last novel by Russian author Fyodor Dostoevsky published in 1880 is inspired by his 3 year old son and named after the hero of the story. Alyosha is an immensely likable character and one that breathes life into the story as someone who performs quiet acts of kindness and love.
This candle is inspired by that faith and wisdom that Alyosha carries to the people of Russia. Dostoevsky through this novel gives an ode to the destiny of the country through Alyosha's message of not only faith but love. Let this candle on your shelf remind you that doubt leads to chaos and unhappiness while embracing faith leads to kindness, forgiveness, love of mankind and a devotion to goodness. The scent is fresh and crisp. It opens with top notes of green florals and green leaves that give way to a heart of fig and jasmine. Base notes of light musk, wood, and moss balance out the floral accords.
Measurements: (Ø)3in, (H)3.5in / (Ø)7.6cm, (H)8.9cm - Weight: 0.9lbs / 0.4kg
Colour(s): Clear, Multicoloured
Material(s): Glass, Soy Wax, Woven Cotton