Elegance of Beeswax Tapers

Elegance of Beeswax Tapers

There is something exquisite about tapered candles. I’m not sure why it is that if a candlestick is tapered it is a step up from a straight candlestick – at least I think so.  It doesn’t burn differently but it does bring a certain kind of elegance to your dining table. That is why I have chosen to feature Honey Candles® Taper pairs for Easter. 

Honey Candles® Taper pairs have the added attraction of coming in 12 colors as well as Natural.  There are several spring colors to choose from for your Easter table. The color of Natural beeswax is perfect and there is also Pearl, Blue, Violet, Paris Pink, Glacier Teal, Spring Crocus and Mountain Jade. You can complement the Tapers in matched or mixed colored Votives or Fluted Spheres.

You can find our beautiful Taper Pairs at our on-line store. Each Taper Pair has the burning instructions under the label. If you follow the instructions you should not have any problems with your tapers. Please remember, NEVER LEAVE CANDLES UNATTENDED.  If something does happen, like an untrimmed wick breaking off, you are there to avert a problem. Don’t leave the room and assume the candles will take care of themselves.

If you misplace the instructions…not to worry the instructions are always available at this link:

How to Burn Your Beeswax Candlestick

Have you wondered if Honey Candles are as good as they look? Here’s what our customers tell us:

“Frankly, as far as we can tell, you have no competition. We need the 6 inch tubes for a set of special candlesticks in our sunroom, and yours have the advantage of good scent and low-drip. Unbeatable.” Dick, Pasadena CA

"I LOVE the candles. They are perfect and arrived in great condition. I will for sure be a repeat customer and recommend you to all my friends!” Sara, Gibsons BC

If you’d like to see all of the beautiful Honey Candles line meet us here at the on-line store.

Photos by Marlie Marchewka

Published By Pat Cattermole

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