Lux uses only high quality tempered glass intended for candle use. This is to insure that our consumers are safe and receive only the finest product.
Lux is an American company located in Des Arc, Arkansas. We hand pour every candle at our factory to insure our consistent quality.
The wax formula is a proprietary blend of very expensive, fully refined quality waxes and scientifically developed additives. The formula was developed to enable the wax to “layer” the fragrance oil in a new way.
Lux candles does not use soy wax because of the odor that is difficult to mask and because soy does not have the ability to “throw” (meaning flood) the fragrance in a room. Soy does burn somewhat cleaner, but will not hold more than 8% fragrance oil.
Jay Strongwater has an international reputation for his exquisite handmade creations including frames, boxes, candlesticks and other luxury accessories.
Renowned for his unique and luxurious designs, attention to detail, and rich colours, Jay uses Swarovski crystals and semi-precious stones to transform each piece into an exceptional work of art.
A former jeweller and therefore quite used to the personal touch in his service, Jay’s customers include Sir Elton John, Madonna, Oprah Winfrey and Halle Berry. More than one hundred skilled artisans in New York and Rhode Island execute his designs by hand. “In today’s world so much is mass produced, it is rare to have someone create pieces one by one.” Says Strongwater, “It’s an old luxury with a lighter feel.”
We take care to create products with classic and lavish qualities in containers to complement the home. To us, this is essential. Why do we go to such lengths? Because we enjoy using Lady Primrose. We expect you will too.
Creating luxurious experiences comes naturally at Lady Primrose’s Royal Bathing and Skin Luxuries; born into the finest of traditions and surroundings. All Lady Primrose products are handmade in America at our facility in Dallas, Texas.
It is inevitable for an artist and avid collector to hunt for the perfect design element for a home. When Edgar Berebi designed their Soho loft in Manhattan in 1985, it was difficult to find hardware to match the Arts & Craft décor. It was at this moment that Edgar realized how important this miniature design element was to a home. Years later the Berebi family moved to New England. Their cottage style house required classic American hardware to complement the décor that filled their home. This time Edgar decided to design the knobs and pulls. That was the beginning of the Edgar Berebi collection of architectural hardware. In 2003 the collection was placed in some of the finest showrooms in the country.
Edgar’s background in jewelry and fine home décor is apparent in its meticulous engraving and detail. We like to think of each piece as a work of art in concept and design that makes a home unique.
We are 100% American made; all designs are copyrighted with the Library of Congress.