Candles hold a significant presence in our history. Unlike many modernized archetypes, the Candle has remained notably similar to it’s primitive self despite variance in methodology.
Our philosophies reference those of Celtic Paganism, in which profound natural occurrences such as the Sun and the Moon are celebrated, as well as Animist beliefs of a spiritual reverence for nature and earth elements.
The Candle Corners emblem features characteristics of the Elemental Pentagram. Each candle signifies one of the 5 classic elements; Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Spirit.
ABOUT CANDLE CORNERS & CO.
SOY & VEGETABLE WAX BLEND
ACID FREE NON TOXIC INK
LEAD & ZINC FREE COTTON WICKS
PARABEN & PHTHALATE FREE
Our candles are carefully blended with phthalate free fragrance oil and natural essential oils, utilizing lead and zinc free cotton wicks, kraft paper labels and acid free non-toxic ink. We work with a soy / vegetable wax blend and hand pour small batches into wide-mouth amber glass jars with aluminum caps.
We believe that a candle’s flame can convey a person’s inner light by providing passageways for prayers, wishes and desires to be easily received. By lighting with intention, a candle’s energy is given a purpose and can illuminate your heart from any burdens.
Glass is made from natural abundant ingredients which can virtually be recycled infinitely,
and the process to produce it uses less energy than that of manufacturing metal or plastic.
The method for production includes a recipe of Silica Sand, Soda Ash and Lime Stone.
The Soda Ash ensures an even melting of the Silica Sand whereas the Lime Stone forms
a more durable finish.
We encourage Recycling & Reuse of our candle containers and packaging!
HANDMADE SOY / VEGETABLE WAX CANDLES
Reflected in our photography are the remarkable textures and beauty that our world has to offer, and it is our hope to inspire and revive environmental harmony.
Small amounts of Iron, Sulfur and Carbon can be added to the mixture to achieve glass coloration as such found in our 9 oz. Amber Glass Candle Jars. Among this recipe is Cullet, which is previously recycled glass used in glass-making that ultimately conserves raw materials and reduces energy consumption.
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