Small Rose Candle

£4.50

Our candles are made from 100% beeswax which has been collected from our own apiaries in the South of Lincolnshire.  The wax we gather is a result of our honey extraction process.

We’re all about flowers so couldn’t resist this detailed crimson rose, it’s beautiful and creates a lovely warm glow in any setting.

  • Proudly made in the UK
  • 10 hours burn time
  • 4 x 5.5cm
  • 100% beeswax from our hives
  • Ambient glow
  • Less dripping than paraffin
  • Natural sweet aroma
  • More candle designs and sizes available

 

Description

Small Rose Candle

We make our small rose candles right here, with our own hands, using beeswax from our own hives.  It’s a beautifully delicate looking design but sturdy enough to provide several hours burn time with a bright light.  This is one our favourites for gift boxes and a particular favourite of our customers.

Candle Making – An Ancient Craft

The use of candles can be traced back thousands of years and there invention often attributed to the Egyptians before being improved on by the Romans.  Early on the use of animal fats was the primary burning material as it was readily available and cheap, it burned with a lot of smoke and it didn’t create the best smell so when beeswax was introduced to the western world it didn’t take long for it to catch on.  It burned cleaner, brighter, and gave off that sweet smelling scent that we’ve all come to love from our natural beeswax candles.

FAQ

Are these candles rose scented?
These are not rose scented candles.  They are natural beeswax which give off a slightly sweet honey scent.

How long do beeswax candles burn for?
The burn time will vary and will be completely dependent on how much wax is present and the size of the wick.  These details, including the specific burn time, can be found in the additional information.

My does my candle colour vary between orders?
Because this is a completely natural product we’re unable to predict and account for small variations in the colour.  Colour variations can be attributed to all manner of variables but especially pollen staining which is dependant on the flowers being foraged.