Votive Candle

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Beautifully pre-wrapped in bright chartreuse paper and tied at the ends with our signature leather cord, perfect for gift giving. Luxuriously scented and made from our unique recipe of natural wax, a pure cotton wick, giving the candle an exceptionally clean burn and infused with the highest concentration of fragrance. For a more powerful essence experience, the wax is hand poured into a classic, clear glass container, which is embellished with our logo embossed into our signature pewter label.

Fragranced Votive Candles  - e 79 g / net wt 2.8 oz

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Note: Lit candles should never be left unattended or within reach of children or pets. Be mindful of moving candles when the wax is hot liquid and of the surface, the candle sits on, as the bottom can become hot and potentially cause damage. The candle should be protected from various forms of drafts. Each time before lighting, trim the wick to approximately an eighth of an inch, and before blowing the candle out center the wick to achieve a longer-lasting and clean burn.

Available Fragrances:

White Garden

White Garden Fragrance

"Memories" are the inspiration for this soft, classic, chic, scent muguet & hints of geranium bourbon are the heart of this delicate composition oak moss, black pepper & green tea introduces a unique twist

Bosque Imperial

Bosque Imperial Fragrance

A refined mixture of precious woods and nutmeg, accompanied by ambergris, moss and vetiver, combined with a delicate bouquet of azahares makes this magical blend fit for royalty


Orrant Fragrance

A composition of black currant, orange blossoms, a touch of white rose with a hint of fir absolute causes this succulent fragrance to conjure up an emotion of exotic pleasure

Note: We recommend burning your candle a minimum of one half hour, during the initial use. To achieve the longest lasting burn, and to prevent oversized flames, that can melt the wax faster and cause smoke, all candles need to have on going "maintenance," by keeping the wick trimmed to approximately an eighth of an inch, each time before lighting.