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When it comes to variation of waxes, you can’t beat a rich and pure beeswax to inspire a daydream like no other. Lighting one of our 100% pure beeswax candles you’ll immediately enjoy its natural mild honey smell reminiscent of meadows full of bright-colored flowers and humming bumble bees. Adding a beeswax candle to any room will bring an organic and comforting sense of home with a cute design aesthetic.

 

 

This is the largest of our pure beeswax candles, weighing 330g. It is absolutely stunning and can serve as an amazing decor piece. Its burning time is around 45 hours, depending on optimal burning conditions and candle care

 

 

This ornamental candle is part of our Ultimate deluxe beeswax gift box gift set.

Beeswax ornamental

€21.00Price
  • Our free standing beeswax candles are made of natural and pure beeswax from a German supplier and are hand-poured into moulds to create our unique shapes and designs. These candles are unscented but have a natural mild honey smell and are ideal for fragrance-sensitive persons.

     

    Our candles are handcrafted, and therefore made in small batches where quality is key.

     

    Always follow candle care tips for safe and happy experience!

     

  • Follow a few simple steps to make the most of your candles!

     

    It is recommended to use a larger candle holder for this candle design. The ornamental pattern may lead to the wax leaking out (depending on how long the candle has been lit), and there should be enough room in the holder to collect the wax. We recommend a holder of a diameter of at least 10 cm or larger.

     

    Beeswax pillar candles can happen to burn unevenly (especially if you don't straighten the wick before first lighting the candle, or if you leave it standing somewhere where the flame is affected by draught). This is normal but you can try so called "candle hugging" to increase the lifespan of your candle.

     

    If your candle is leaving a taller mantle on one side, try this: Once you blow your candle out, gently push the tall unburnt part of the candle towards the wick, so that the wax gets consumed next time. It’s called “candle hugging”. Be very careful and don't get burnt!

     

    These candles are not made with a self-trimming wick. If the wick of your candle starts curling, mushrooming or is simply too long, trim it with sharp scissors to the length of about 6 to 8 mm before next lighting it. If you see it leaning to one side when the candle is lit, you can carefully move it with a toothpick (1 or 2 mm is usually enough).

     

    Look at our candle care page for more tips!

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