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Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com
Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com
Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com
Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com
Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com
Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com
Pillar Candle Mold - Crafts - TheGeekLeak.com

Pillar Candle Mold

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$15.99
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$11.95

 

Pillar Candle Mold

Did you know...

While the Egyptians were using wicked candles in 3,000 B.C., the ancient Romans are generally credited with developing the wicked candle before that time by dipping rolled papyrus repeatedly in melted tallow or beeswax. The resulting candles were used to light their homes, to aid travelers at night, and in religious ceremonies.

Historians have found evidence that many other early civilizations developed wicked candles using waxes made from available plants and insects. Early Chinese candles are said to have been molded in paper tubes, using rolled rice paper for the wick, and wax from an indigenous insect that was combined with seeds. In Japan, candles were made of wax extracted from tree nuts, while in India, candle wax was made by boiling the fruit of the cinnamon tree.

It is also known that candles played an important role in early religious ceremonies. Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights which centers on the lighting of candles, dates back to 165 B.C. There are several Biblical references to candles, and the Emperor Constantine is reported to have called for the use of candles during an Easter service in the 4th century. Read more at: http://candles.org/history/

 

ABOUT THE PILLAR CANDLE MOLD ON THE GEEK LEAK

These are brand new, high quality and reusable candle molds! They feature a flat top design and clear plastic which allows you to see the shade of your candle! The molds are divided into two parts; the plastic body and the steel lid. This makes it easier to take the candle candle out! 

Material: Plastic, Steel
Size Options: 4cm, 6cm, 8cm, 10cm
Style: Pillar
Shape: Cylindrical

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