Pure Canadian Beeswax Candle
A seed cone is the inspiration for this candle in our Nature Inspired Collection.
This cone is slightly larger than the wee cone (see photo below) and they group so nicely together.
Burn Time 5 hours
7 cm tall / 6 cm wide
Traditional beeswax chandlery is the alchemy of turning flowers into light. Warm, luxurious illumination that celebrates your home. Our artisanal candles are hand-crafted in our studio in the Pacific Northwest, using only pure, wild Canadian beeswax, filtered through clay and charcoal to ensure quality.
Beeswax is both sustainable and protects biodiversity; a natural, renewable resource, sourced from apiaries throughout British Columbia and Alberta. The colour of the wax changes season to season, depending on what flowers the bees gather pollen and nectar from - to feed the hive. As the bees move from flower to flower they pollinate our planet.
Our candles are a treasured gift of aroma, form, and an indulgent, intimate light.
Trim the wick after each burn to a quarter of an inch, slightly longer for tapered candles.
As the candle burns down, gently thumb in the melted wax inwards, to contain the wax pool.
To extinguish, smartly press the wick into the wax pool. This will not only ensure the absence of smoke but will re-coat the wick for the next lighting.
Bloom is a whitish patina that may form over time. This is the natural rising of minerals to the surface, and may be wiped away with a lint-free cloth.
i had three of these, and i’m so sad that i am now down to one. they are adorable. my only qualm is that they tend to pool more than my other candles, and i don’t want to hide them in a bowl like candle holder. so, i reuse any left over wax. will definitely purchase again, and excited to see other seasonal designs.
Thank you for your review - we appreciate that you took the time to write us. We push the wee petals of the cone in as it burns, and always keep a candle on a fire resistant plate or dish. Beeswax candles burn best for one hour for every inch they are wide; so these candles should burn short periods of time at first and longer as you get into the body of the cone.
All the best,