Slim beeswax candles for joyful proceedings. We fell for these like love at first sight! For special times for yourself and your loved ones, these delicate stems with glowing tops will make any evening or occasion special. Handmade in Lithuania by skilled local artisans.
- Pack of 10, Burning time up to 1 hour each candle
- Food safe and can be put directly into any cake, (but let cake cool first!)
- Can also be used with our Canelé or Oak candle holders
- Handmade in Lithuania from local farmers' beeswax
- 100% pure beeswax, 100% cotton multi-colored wicks
- Dimensions approx 0.5cm x 25cm
- View our full candles collection
Care: These candles are natural and non-toxic, they undergo no chemical processing, no artificial colour or scent is added. Candles can be set on any fireproof surface. Take cautions, do not leave unattended!
One of our favourite new discoveries, Lithuania based - Ovo Things. 'We make things for home and people, the essential pieces that last and give people the comfort of having less but better. We see it as everyday luxury which is understated yet purposeful'
The 'things' are made from the finest natural materials like ceramic, linen and beeswax. Every piece designed is produced in limited amounts from locally sourced raw materials in Lithuania by skilled local makers and artisans.
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