Roosmarijn Knijnenburg Candle Cedar & Clove

€6,95

This candle is a harmonious blend of powerful cedar wood and aromatic cloves, making this a wonderful fragrance for autumn and winter. The candles are lovingly produced by hand by Giselle van Brandt.

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Product information

HOLD IT Candle Cedar & Clove

The Hold It Candle Cedar & Clove is a harmonious blend of powerful cedar wood and aromatic cloves, making this a wonderful fragrance for autumn and winter. The candle fits exactly in the place of the vase in the Hold it + series. Super nice to spoil yourself or someone else with a wonderful scent in the house that can immediately burn beautifully in a show place! The candles are specially made for the Hold it's series, but you can also place them separately. Is the candle out? reuse the jar for example for your favorite earrings or a dot of your favorite cream to take with you on holiday! They are lovingly produced by hand by Giselle van Brandt. .

Giselle makes the scented candles from soy wax: a product that is as sustainable as possible and completely vegan! In addition, soy wax candles burn 30% to 45% longer than paraffin candles and less soot is released when the candle is burned. The wick is made of natural cotton flat threads interwoven with paper threads making them lead and zinc free!!

Dimensions

H 5cm x D 4.3 cm / burning hours 10-12 hours


ATTENTION when burning the candle that the card or photo does not come too close to the flame! The candle jar gets hot, so be careful when moving it while burning. Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours in a row.

 

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€6,95

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