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Since Victorian times, exotic citrus fruits and ginger from the far east have been used to celebrate. They represented luxuries from far away and quickly became the standard of the season. It is sure to conjure memories of holidays past as new traditions come to fore.
Top Notes Ginger and Orange
Middle Notes Cypress, Pine, Vetiver
Base Note Oak Moss, Fir and Balsam Woods
The fierce Vikings in Scandinavia thought that evergreens were the special plant of the sun god, Balder. This gave rise to celebrating the season by decorating indoors with evergreens. This blend will transform any space and shift the mood to festive.
Top Notes Pine Needle, Sweet Berries, Fir Needle
Middle Notes Cedar and Balsam Woods
Base Note Earthy Patchouli Oil
Bayberry tapers were a real treasure to the colonists. Since they burned longer and cleaner (and didn't go rancid like those made with animal fat), early settlers saved them for special occasions - it was a luxury to be saved and relished. It became tradition to burn bay berry candles on Christmas or New Years Eve to bring blessings of abundance in the upcoming year. Giving the gift of bayberry candles was a way of wishing health and prosperity upon friends and family. While our version is made of soy, we've rift on the theme.
Top Notes Eucalyptus and Mint
Middle Notes Cypress, Bayberry and Moss
Base Incense and Fir.
New this year is a whole new burning experience. This 13 oz., double-walled metal jar offers a 90 hour, clean burn time and holiday sparkle to liven any gathering or compliment quiet moments.
Each container is perfect for reuse as a planter, vase for floral arrangements, make-up brushes or a pen pot. Use your imagination. The possibilities are limitless.
Our labels are printed on all cotton, Crane & Co paper using a 1921 Chander & Price letterpress in Chestertown, Maryland. The labels provide the strength of character on par with the other worldly scents of Lodestone Candles.
100% soy wax, phthalate-free premium fragrance and essential oils; hand poured in Kent County on Maryland's Eastern Shore.