At sunrise, fresh clover springs from morning grass while violet emerges to meet it. Collectively breathing and sighing with spring's freshness, roses, lily of the valley, cucumber, jasmine and melon blossom at once to create an extraordinary bouquet.
VOLUSPA's signature 100hr glass jar silhouette is embossed in the iconic Japonica floral pattern, inspired by Japanese Chiyogami papermaking. The metallic decorative lid can be used to extinguish the flame or keep the candle dust-free when not in use. This best-selling format will transform the atmosphere for over 100 hours of burn time, and makes a beautiful jar for keepsakes, flowers or decor long after the candle is gone.
Notes: Andean blue clover, apple, oak moss
Burn time 100 hr
‐ coconut wax blend ‐ 100% natural wicks ‐ hand-poured ‐ not tested on animals ‐ phthalates, parabens & sulfate-free ‐ made in the USA ‐ ~ 100 Hours ‐ 9.5cm x 13cm ‐ 510g
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Each time you burn your candle, make sure that you trim the wick to about 0.5cm long. Wick trimmers or nail clippers can be used. Shortening the wick will give you a cleaner, brighter burn and prevents smoke stains on the glass vessel.
When first lighting your candle, let the top layer of wax melt all the way across the surface. This may take a few hours but blowing it out before this causes ‘tunnelling’ whereby the wick gets lower and unused wax remains on the perimeter of the vessel. Allowing the candle enough time to melt the wax all the way across every time you burn it, will result in an even burn with no wax build up on the sides, going to waste.
- Never leave a burning candle unattended
- Place candle on a heat resistant surface
- Keep the flame away from moving air to avoid black marks on the vessel
- Stop burning when 10mm of wax remains at the bottom of the vessel
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