CANDLES

Our candles will scent your room and bring hours of enjoyment.

Candles have cast a light on man's progress for centuries. However, there is very little known about the origins of candles. Although it is often written that then first candles were developed by the ancient Egyptians who used rushed lights or torches made by soaking the pithy core of reeds in molten tallow, the rush lights had no wick like a candle. It is the Romans who are credited with developing the wick candle, using it to aid travelers at dark, and lightening homes and places of worship at night.

No longer man's major source of light, candles continue to grow  in popularity and use. Today, candles symbolize celebration, mark romance,  define ceremony and accent decor, continuing to cast a warm glow for all to enjoy.

Candle Burning Safety and Tips

 

DAISY 1

  • 3" tall

  • scented with metal candle stick

$3.99

Item # 040501

 

DAISY 2

  • 3" Tall

  • Scented with metal candle stick

$3.99

Item # 040502

 

 

 

Hearts 1

  • 2" Tall

  • Scented candle

  • Set of 2

$3.99

Item # 040503

 

Hearts 2

  • 2" Tall

  • Scented candle

  • Set of 2

$3.99

Item # 040504

 

 

 

Hearts 3

  • 2" Tall

  • Scented candle

  • Set of 2

$3.99

Item # 040505

 

Triple Candle Bed 1

  • Candle Bed

  • Scented

  • W:6" X L:2" X H:1.5"

$3.99

Item # 040506

 

 

 

Triple Candle Bed 2

  • Candle Bed

  • Scented

  • W:6" X L:2" X H:1.5"

$3.99

Item # 040507

 

GOLD TOUCH

  • Golden color dipped

  • Unscented

  • 2.5" X 2.5" X 2.5"

$3.99

Item # 040508

 

 


Candle Burning Safety & Tips
 
  • Never leave a burning candle unattended
  • Keep candles out of reach of children and pets.
  • Trim wicks prior to each use and keep trimmed inch to prevent smoking.
  • Keep candles away from drafts, vents and flammable objects.
  • Extinguish a candle that smokes.
  • Use only candle holders that have been manufactured for use with candles
  • Keep matches and other debris out of the candles.
  • Extinguish the flame if it burns too close to the container or holder.
  • Do not move a glass container when the wax is liquid.
  • Even "Non-drip candles" may drip under certain circumstances, i.e., being placed in a drafty area. If candle appears ready to drip, extinguish the candle and allow it to cool for approximately one half hour before re-lighting.
  • If candle drips, try moving to another location or check air movement that may be causing a draft.