Snowflakes were first photographed during the Victorian period and the world went wild.
Wild for snowflakes, that is.
After a Vermont farmer first photographed a snowflake in 1880, Victorians were stunned and facinated by the unique beauty of each snowflake. They looked like six-pointed stars, each one a work of art.
These Victorian snowflake soaps celebrate the delight that Victorians found in the photos of these tiny frozen crystals. The pattern in each soap is displayed against a deep, blue background--just like a snowflake falling from a dark sky on a winter's night.
The soaps are scented with a fragrance that smells like a Victorian kitchen--notes of the wood hearth, cinnamon, a hint of clove and vanilla, plus aroma of bread and pies baking. The scent is downright delicious.
A blue flower bath tea is included with each set. When tossed into a bath, these little bags of butterfly pea flowers turn the bathwater a delightful blue.
Mailed in a sturdy white box, wrapped in beautiful tissue paper, and surrounded by dark green fluff, the Victorian Snowflake gift set is sure to delight everyone.
This decor soap is carefully crafted from a glycerin-enhanced shea soap and shipped in bio-degradable shrink-wrap.
Once the soaps is removed from its bio-degradable shrink-wrap, it can absorb moisture from the atmosphere, resulting in beads of glycerin dew forming on the surface. It’s best to keep the soap in the shrink-wrap until it is used for washing or for display.
To maximize the longevity of this luxury soap bar, keep the bar dry between uses. A soap dish that drains works best. For extended storage, please keep the soap in a protective wrapper, storing it in a cool, dry place away from moisture and light.
This soap is for external use only. Be sure to keep the soap and soap lather out of your eyes.