Claude Monet "Houses of Parliament" Flat Candle
Hand-painted in Lithuania, these candles stand out in their simplicity. The flatter design is a unique approach to candles that has a minimal (and eye-catching) feel. The twin wicks burn evenly and self-extinguish as they near the steel base, without any dripping wax or smoke.
Design: Houses of Parliament by Claude Monet
- Materials: Paraffin wax, steel, wick
- Includes one handmade flat candle and steel stand
- Twin wicks ensure candle burns evenly and self-extinguishes as it nears the base
- Steel stand helps make candle attractive display piece and doubles as a snuffer
- Non-dripping, evaporates as it burns
- Unscented and smoke-free
- Every candle is hand painted
- Creative gift and great stocking stuffer
- Burning time: 3-4 hours
- Warning: Not for use by children
- Dimensions: 2.4" x 0.4" x 5.9"
- Weight: 0.22 lb.
These stunning candles caught our eye first because of their exquisite, hand-painted designs and held it because of their unique shape!
PROUDLY MADE IN: LITHUANIA
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Jeremy Meadows, Founder
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