Limited Edition Soy Candle
A warm and welcoming scent of an autumn breeze, filling the room with the scent of balsam fir, cedar leaf, clove, and vanilla, presented in a handcrafted, sand marble ceramic bowl.
Middle notes: Cedar leaf, Clove, Balsam Fir
Base notes: Vanilla
Natural Wax and Wooden Wick
Our candles are made with 100% natural soy wax that is biodegradable, GMO-free and pesticide-free. We selected eco-friendly wooden wicks, that are clean burning and made from FSC certified wood, handcrafted and made in the USA. The wicks emit a slight crackling sound like a fireplace when lit.
Sand Marble Ceramic Bowl
This candle is hand poured into a beautiful ceramic bowl with sand marble accents, made by hand in New York making each piece unique. A refined look that will compliment any space, the bowl can be reused for years to come.
Unique and Sophisticated Scent
We use phthalate-free fragrance oils that are unique, sophisticated and created using blends of fine fragrance oils and pure essential oils.
Burn time: approx 60 hours
Wax quantity : 10 oz (283 gr)
Bowl size: 3.25" x 2.75"
Total weight with bowl: approx. 18.7 oz (530 gr)
Wooden Wick Candle Care
Patience with lighting
Wooden wicks can take longer to catch than other candles. Light at an angle, holding the match or lighter to the wick for several seconds to help it catch.
Make the first burn count
Give it enough time to create an even wax pool across the breadth of the candle before blowing it out. This will take between one-to-two hours.
Remove the ash
As your wood wick burns, a small amount of ash will build up on the top of the wick. This needs to be knocked off after the candle is cool for the best burn.
Keep the wick trimmed
Keep the wick trimmed between 1/8” and 3/16” so the wax can be drawn up the wick properly.
- Keep away from flammable items
- Keep away from children and pets
- Never leave candle burning unattended
Burn on protected, heat-resistant surface away from other heat sources. Remove all debris before each lighting. Avoid burning in drafty areas.