This hand-poured, skep-shaped tealight is made using pure beeswax from Nova Scotia and 100% cotton wicks. Traditionally, the beehive has been a symbol of abundance, harmony and protection.
Building on that symbolism with their wax colour and it being infused with an associated herbal ritual oil, these fixed intention candles are meant to act as a point of focus in any setting you choose but are particularly helpful when you need to amplify your metaphysical voice to bolster your courage as you reinforce your boundaries against whatever energies that might be causing problems for you.*
Also available in yellow
- Burn time: ~ 3 hours
- Size: ~ 1.5" x ~1.5"
- Coloured with wax-based dye additive
Ingredients: Nova Scotian beeswax, wax-based dye additive, cotton wick, herbal-infused jojoba oil.
Please note that these candles have the honey-sweet scent natural to beeswax and are handcrafted items; no two are alike in appearance.
*These candles are sold as curios. If you feel as though you need help, speak to a person close to you or a healthcare practitioner.
Candle Safety Tips
Always make sure to trim your wick to 0.25" before starting to burn. Never leave a candle burning unattended or near a draft, vent or air current. Never burn a candle near a pet, child or on/near something that might catch fire. Never touch or move a candle while it is burning. If burning more than one candle at the same time, make sure you space out your candles at least 3 inches apart. Never burn your candle longer than 4 hours and never burn them all the way to the bottom.
Horsman’s Hearth is passionate about the thoughtful creation of products that celebrate nature, one’s sense of place and the spiritual connection if nurtured that can happen between them. Following a move to a rural community along the South Shore of Nova Scotia in 2018, it was as though crafter Veronica Goodfellow could think of nothing else.
For the next couple of years, Goodfellow worked in her community and saw the fulfilling, supportive relationships small businesses formed with one another to provide for the community at large. So in March of 2021 with that philosophy in mind, she decided to add her own approach into the mix, and the Horsman’s Hearth fire was officially lit.
Horsman's Hearth strives to impart the energies found in the heart of nature (those of abundance, harmony and protection) through the intentional choice of materials and slow craft, to help set the mood both physically and metaphysically; when you are in a space of comfort and as you take time for yourself.