Rathbornes / Beyond The Pale
Dublin Tea Rose, Oud & Patchouli Scented Travel Candle
€ 21.00 EUR
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HOW TO RETURN
You have the right to return the goods within 7 Working Days from the date of delivery by giving us notice of your wish to do so. If you decide to return the goods, then you do so at your own expense (unless the goods delivered were substitutes for the goods which you ordered) and it shall be your responsibility to ensure that the goods are received by the Seller and are not damaged in transit. The Seller will refund the price of the goods to you within 30 days of receipt by the Seller of your notice that you wish to return the goods provided the goods have been returned to the Seller. Accordingly, you must retain possession of the goods and take reasonable care of them whilst they are in your possession, in any event for 7 Working Days from delivery and, if you give us notice that you wish to return the goods, until you deliver the goods to the Seller. This right does not apply if the goods were made or personalised to your specification.
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Returns should be sent to;
John. G. Rathborne Ltd.
Unit 45 Rosemount Park Drive
Rosemount Business Park
Please note that if you have purchased your products via one of our stockists, you will need to arrange your return or exchange of the item(s) with them directly.
A romantic floral, sensuous & passionate.
Warm top notes of raspberry & citrus blend with smooth rosebuds, vanilla and a sensuous base of oud, patchouli and amber resin for an amorous experience.
Details: One Wick Candle, 20 hour burns time. 75g.
Field roses can be found growing wild in hedgerows and along pathways across Ireland. They flower in the sunny months of June and July. For centuries Irish roses have been cultivated for their intoxicating scents in walled gardens.