Fragrance: Sugared Lemon
A candle presented in a beautiful watercolor-inspired vessel.
This candle is made with soy wax and features a cotton wick for a clean burn.
- 5″H x 5″D
- Approximately 70 hours of burn
- 16 oz.
- Soy wax/cotton wicks/fragrance
- Made in the USA
Himalayan Trading Post’s Watercolor Glass candles are exquisitely colored containers that seem to have been painted with washes of watercolor paints. This candle has one wick and is five inches by five inches tall. This candle container is made of translucent glass speckled with color in a pearlescent finish and topped with a dark stained and fitted wooden lid. Each bowl is uniquely marked. The Watercolor Glass candle is hand poured in Georgia, by our experienced candle makers, with sixteen ounces of a clean burning, United States grown, fragranced soy wax blend with a high-quality fragrance compound oil. Our distinctive fragrances are saturated with layers of nuance, complex and intricate, and are designed to evoke a particular time and place, triggered by memories and nostalgia. Beginning with the design conception by our staff, our vessels are individually created by artists all over the world. Every candle is crafted in small batches in our studio, by artisans with meticulous attention to details from mixing of the ingredients, hand pouring the wax, and boxing the candles. The Watercolor Glass candle comes in our signature fragrances according to color.
The burgundy/violet is poured in Ginger Patchouli; the pearlescent red in Sugared Lemon; the sea green/ochre in Forgotten Violet; pearlescent green in Evergreen; smoky grey in Manor House; and turquoise/copper is poured in Sunlight in the Forest. This candle should give approximately seventy hours of burn time. And, as with all our candles, the Watercolor Glass candle can be reused once the wick has burned away, and it has been cleaned out, by refilling with our easy Candle Making Kit, or repurposed as a decorative container for your table, dresser or vanity, to be used time and time again.
Translucent glass speckled with color in pearlescent finishes and topped with wooden lids.