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Sailboat Candle Holder
  • Sailboat Candle Holder
    Sailboat Candle Holder

Sailboat Candle Holder

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$48.00
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Our Sailboat Candle Holder is made to order and could take between 5 and 10 business days be to created. For additional information contact us via Email or call 207-887-9609.

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Sailboat Candle Holder

This nautical design Candle Holder will accent any room decor. You can add your favorite candle or your can use the holder as a vase for your favorite flowers.  Perhaps you want to show off your collection of rocks from your favorite beach. Any of these options will brighten your day with memories of your favorite day, activity or smell.

Handmade in Maine, USA by Benoit’s Design Co.

  • Size: 7.5”H x 3.25” W
  • Base Size: 5” W
  • Base Material - Birch with walnut stain

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Did you know?

It's the candle's flame that helps to soothe our soul by reducing stress and increasing self-awareness and not the scent. The soft illumination helps us to calm down and even achieve a meditative state. The low light that comes from a candle is captured by our sight and sent straight to your brain for processing.

The Egyptians are credited with crafting some of the first wicked candles as far back as 3,000 B.C., using waxes created from plants and insects. However, scented candles weren’t used until the Middle Ages, when beeswax candles were brought to Europe. The beeswax burned pure and cleanly (it didn’t create a smoky flame), and it produced an enjoyable, sweet aroma rather than the unpleasant odor of tallow, which was widely used in household candles at the time. Due to the prohibitive cost of beeswax in the Middle Ages, few people other than the wealthy could afford to burn them at home. There was a brief stint in colonial America when women used bayberries to create a sweet-smelling wax, but the process was very tedious. So, scented candles didn’t end up taking off until the mid-19th century when advancements had been made in wax and mechanization of candle production. [National Candle Association]

 

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