Chapter 4 - Dining Room Candle
Chapter 4 - Dining Room Candle
Chapter 4 - Dining Room Candle

Chapter 4 - Dining Room Candle

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5 oz.
11 oz.
  • Made in Laurel, Mississippi
  • Buttermilk Biscuits
  • 11 oz.

A collection of scents inspired by each chapter of Erin's book Heirloom Rooms: Soulful Stories of Home

"There is a small painting by my grandmother that hangs above the dining room entry. It’s buttermilk biscuits, steaming at the top, shiny with melted margarine, and it states the intention of the room. The dining room is both museum and café. It is where we conduct toddler art class with tempura paint; it’s also where we eat biscuits and cornbread hot from the cast iron skillet." - Erin

• American Made
• Natural non-toxic soy wax blend
• Phthalate Free
• 100% cotton wicks; no zinc or lead
• Wax has a melting point of 110°
• Average burn time:
- 4oz - 20 hours,
- 11oz - 50 hours
- 13oz - 60 hours
• Produced by aNCA approved & registered manufacturer

Ex: Shipping and return policies, size guides, and other common questions.

- Never leave a candle unattended.
- Always burn within eyesight.
- Keep candle away from flammable or combustible items.
- Keep away from children. 
- Always trim a wick before burning.
- Never burn a candle all the way down

Find out more about candle safety here.

Read more about candle safety from the National Candle Association here.

Candle Care

Avoid Tunneling

Allow the pool of melted wax to reach all the way to the edge of your candle vessel every time you light it, and keep it lit until the entire top of the candle is liquid wax. Your candle won't tunnel and will last longer!

Trim the Wick

Always trim your wick to 1/4 inch before lighting. A wick that is too long will cause smoke and produce soot. A short wick does a great job at creating the pool of melted wax, where the fragrance comes from.

Other Tips

Never leave a burning candle unattended. Stop burning candle when 3/8 inch of wax remains at the bottom. Keep out of reach of children and pets.


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