The Beeswax Candle Shop
100% Pure Beeswax - Early American, Colonial Style
Where Beeswax Candles are Born
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Our beeswax candles are made from the "Nectar of Flowers" - A pure Product of Nature.
In colonial times we did not have machines making our candles and they did not use candles made from refined oil. They were hand dipped and made from natural waxes such as beeswax.
Early American Colonial style beeswax candles have several benefits that make them a popular choice for candle enthusiasts. Here are some reasons why you should consider purchasing them:
Authenticity: Early American style beeswax tapers are crafted using traditional techniques that harken back to colonial times. They offer an authentic and historical aesthetic that can add a touch of nostalgia and charm to your home decor.
Clean and Drip-less: Beeswax candles are known for their clean burn and drip-less nature. Early American style beeswax tapers, made from pure beeswax, produce minimal soot and smoke, resulting in a cleaner and healthier environment.
Long Burning Time: Beeswax candles have a longer burn time compared to other types of candles. Colonial style beeswax tapers, with their thicker construction, can burn for a substantial amount of time, allowing you to enjoy their warm glow and ambiance for longer periods.
Natural Scent: Beeswax has a subtle, natural honey-like scent that adds a pleasant fragrance to any space. Unlike artificially scented candles, early American style beeswax tapers provide a gentle and soothing aroma that enhances the overall candle experience.
How Did Colonial People Make Candles?
(Making candles for dark nights was a yearly chore in colonial households. While colonists often bought cotton wick, they typically made enough candles to last for the year..continue for a great article on the lovetoknow.com website ....)