Four Honey Candles® beeswax candle types are considered ‘candlesticks’. Candlesticks are generally taller and thinner than pillars, tealights and votives and need different care. You can use all four types of candlesticks together to make a very effective candle display. This photo is one of my favorite Christmas candle arrangements. I think it should be on a Christmas card!
The shortest and smallest of our beeswax candlesticks is the 6 inch Tube. It is a very popular candle because of its lower price point and versatility. It is both useful as well as beautiful. This link will tell you all about them:
Columns are the same height as a 6 inch Tube but have twice the diameter. This combines some of the best qualities of both a thinner candlestick and a pillar. To find out all the reasons a beeswax Honey Candles® Column might be your best choice you will enjoy reading this article.
Honey Candles beeswax 9 inch Base is both unusual and in demand. Maybe it’s because it has a tapered bottom so it fits in more candleholders than many other candles. Find out more about what makes this a very sought after candlestick.
Our beeswax tapers both single in natural and colored taper pairs have taken a sales surge recently. It’s not hard to see why. They are a classic and the most likely of our candles to adorn a dinner table. We have more articles on tapers than the others because they require special mention.
Sometimes because of the way you want to burn a candle a candlestick is the best choice for you. This article will tell you why everyone should have a beeswax candlestick or two tucked away in their home.
We have a Pinterest board dedicated to our beeswax tapers. Follow it by going to this link
All beeswax candles made by Honey Candles are made in Canada from Canadian pure beeswax.Has this piqued your interest in beeswax candlesticks? What are you waiting for? Check out colors and prices at the Honey Candles on-line store!
Photo by Marlie Marchewka