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  • Antique Hobnail Opalescent Creamer & Sugar Set

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    $49.95

    Lavender Seas fragrance (both). All natural soy wax.

    This sweet set of antique Depression Glass sugar bowl and creamer has a highly collectible opalescent hobnail pattern! (The opalescence gives the glass an ombre effect that blends from clear to milky glass.) These are worthy of every day use or a front and center display! [click on product to see more photos.]

    Depression Glass is colored or clear glassware that was made during the Depression era (1920’s-1930’s). It was an affordable *bright spot* in American homes during the dark days of the Depression era. Each piece cost around 5-10 cents and the glassware was often packed in cereal boxes or flour bags, and even given away at local movie theaters, gas stations and grocery stores!

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is soft and water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    LAVENDER SEAS: Wild LAVENDER fields are met with a salt air breeze!

  • Antique Milk Glass Hobnail Toothpick Holder Set

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    $36.95

    Lavender Seas fragrance (both). All natural soy wax.

    This sweet set of antique Milk Glass toothpick holders has a HOBNAIL design, a very collectible pattern! These are worthy of every day use or a front and center display! They would be perfect for toothpicks, Q-tips, trinkets, or simply a beautiful addition to your display.

    Glass toothpick holders gained popularity in the 19th century with the invention of disposable wooden or quill toothpicks. (Prior to that, they were usually made of gold, silver or ivory!) They grew in popularity in the early 1900’s when matching sets of glass tableware became popular, and a set of toothpick holders was an essential part of the set! Now these glass toothpick holders have become collectors items, available in an endless array of beautiful colors, styles and designs.

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is soft and water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    LAVENDER SEAS: Wild LAVENDER fields with a dash of salt air!

  • Antique mini Milk Glass Creamer & Sugar Set

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    $36.95

    Pink Grapefruit fragrance (both). All natural soy wax.

    This sweet set of mini antique Milk Glass sugar bowl and creamer has a a geometric etched glass design! These are worthy of every day use or a front and center display!

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is soft and water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    PINK GRAPEFRUIT: Juicy & sugary GRAPEFRUIT is met with a kick of fresh, tangy citrus zest!

  • Antique Tan SLAG GLASS Toothpick Holder

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    $24.95

    Citrus Ocean fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This sweet antique SLAG glass toothpick holder has a unique chalky finish and is highly collectible!  It is worthy of every day use or a front and center display! It would be perfect for toothpicks, jewelry, trinkets, or simply a beautiful addition to your display.

    Slag Glass is sometimes referred to as “marble glass”. Its namesake is derived from the original method by which it was created…. in the late 1800’s Slag Glass was made using “silicate slag” which is an ingredient that forms as molten iron ore cools. This ingredient was added and mixed with the glass in the molten state to create this marbled effect (popular in many glass lampshades you might remember!) Other methods were later developed for creating this beautiful glassware, but the Slag name stuck!

    Glass toothpick holders gained popularity in the 19th century with the invention of disposable wooden or quill toothpicks. (Prior to that, they were usually made of gold, silver or ivory!) They grew in popularity in the early 1900’s when matching sets of glass tableware became popular, and a set of toothpick holders was an essential part of the set! Now these glass toothpick holders have become collectors items, available in an endless array of beautiful colors, styles and designs.

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is soft and water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    CITRUS OCEAN: Grapefruit + Tangerine + Lemon + Lime + a splash of Pineapple & a dash of fresh ocean air!

  • Antique Milk Glass Footed Creamer & Sugar Set

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    $46.95

    Seagrass fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This sweet set of antique Milk Glass / footed sugar bowl and creamer set has a geometric pattern. These are worthy of every day use or a front and center display!

    Depression Glass is colored or crystal glassware that was made during the Depression era (1920’s-1930’s). It was an affordable *bright spot* in American homes during the dark days of the Depression era. Each piece cost around 5-10 cents and the glassware was often packed in cereal boxes or flour bags, and even given away at local movie theaters, gas stations and grocery stores!

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is soft and water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    SEAGRASS: Wild lemongrass blended with garden-fresh herbs. The perfect balance of spunky citrus & earthy goodness! 

  • Antique Milk Glass Creamer & Sugar Set

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    $42.95

    Pink Grapefruit fragrance. All natural soy.

    This sweet set of antique Milk Glass / Depression Glass sugar bowl and creamer has a geometric design, known as the “Cubist” pattern. These are worthy of every day use or a front and center display!

    Depression Glass is colored or clear glassware that was made during the Depression era (1920’s-1930’s). It was an affordable *bright spot* in American homes during the dark days of the Depression era. Each piece cost around 5-10 cents and the glassware was often packed in cereal boxes or flour bags, and even given away at local movie theaters, gas stations and grocery stores!

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is soft and water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    PINK GRAPEFRUIT: Juicy & sugary GRAPEFRUIT is met with a kick of fresh, tangy citrus zest!

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    Vintage Milk Glass Baby Cradle

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    $32.95

    Pineapple Mint fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This vintage milk glass baby cradle is so sweet! This candle has two wicks for more efficient burning. It is the perfect baby shower gift or treasure for a new mama! And once the candle has burned down, it would make an adorable succulent planter!

    To reuse your vintage candle container: after the candle has burned down, scoop out any remaining wax with a spoon and discard. Then simply wash out the vessel with warm, soapy water and since soy wax is water soluble, it’s that easy. Now you’re ready to enjoy your vintage treasure for years to come!

    PINEAPPLE MINT: Top notes of sweet & tropical, juicy PINEAPPLE… followed by soft notes of fresh green MINT!