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Dinner Candles

€11,00

For dinners to last in memories. OVO Things candles are created in a small factory  by the hands of people who are doing it for many years. Just the raw materials and tools, that's the romance of birth of a thing. Also our hands through which candles travel until they...

For dinners to last in memories.

OVO Things candles are created in a small factory 

by the hands of people who are doing it for many years. Just the raw materials and tools, that's the romance of birth of a thing. Also our hands through which candles travel until they reach people's homes. We love this journey. OVO Things candles are created in a small factory

  • Designed to burn through dinner time (about 3 hours each)
  • 100% pure beeswax, 100% cotton wick
  • 2 units
  • 10 mm diameter, 250 mm long
  • Handmade in Lithuania from local farmers' beeswax
  • OVO Things candles are natural and non-toxic, they undergo no chemical processing, no artificial color or scent is added.
  • Candles can be set on any fireproof surface. Take cautions, do not leave unattended!

These candles are made for the OVO candle holder that you can find on our website.

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