VINTAGE candles

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  • Antique Milk Glass Oven-proof dish

    $34.95

    Available as Gingerbread Man or Pumpkin Cobbler fragrance (choose option below, while they last). All natural soy wax.

    This antique milk glass oven proof dish by Anchor Hocking has a handle and two wicks for more efficient burning. And once your candle is finished, it’s the perfect little casserole dish, chili or soup bowl!

    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!


  • Vintage Pyr-O-Rey Baking Dish

    $34.95

    4 dishes available, each sold separately. Choose fragrance below, while they last.

    Dynaware Pyr-O-Rey oven-proof casserole dish made by the Termacrisa company in the 1960’s and 70’s. They were Mexico’s answer to the popular Pyrex and Fire King oven ware dishes of that time. The brown floral design is commonly called “Brown Daisy” and is full of childhood nostalgia! Each large candle has two wicks for more efficient burning. And perfect for the holidays with their fall color palette and fragrances like Gingerbread Man and Pumpkin Cobbler!

    And when your candle is finished burning, these dishes are perfect for a small casserole, cobbler or other yummy treat!

    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!


  • Antique Milk Glass Sugar Dish

    $21.95

    Available as Vanilla Vacation or Pineapple Mint (choose option below, while they last). All natural soy wax.

    This charming antique milk glass sugar dish can double as a tea cup with two handles (for those extra rough mornings ;))

    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!


  • Antique Milk Glass Baby Cradle

    $34.95

    Pink Grapefruit fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique milk glass baby cradle is so sweet! This large candle has two wicks for more efficient burning. This candle is the perfect baby shower gift or treasure for a new mama!

    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!

     

     


  • Antique Milk Glass Bowl

    $39.95

    SOLD

    Pink Grapefruit fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This large, triple wick milk glass bowl has a chiseled glass, geometric design.

    After your candle has burned down, this antique beauty is perfect for display or a sweet candy or nut dish!

    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!


  • Antique Milk Glass Chalise

    $59.95

    SOLD

    Pineapple Mint fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This large, triple wick milk glass chalise was made by “Westmoreland” glass company in the 1950’s and has so much mid-century style!

    After your candle has burned down, this antique masterpiece is perfect for a mantle or table centerpiece.

    Matching milk glass goblet candles available while supplies last.

    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!


  • Antique Amber Depression Glass Footed Sherbet Dish

    $26.95

    SOLD

    Black Currant fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique amber-colored Depression Glass footed sherbet dish is a beauty! Perfect for desert, candy or 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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Amber Depression Glass Small Goblet

    $22.95

    Pumpkin Almond Biscotti fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique amber-colored Depression Glass small goblet is charming! Once your candle is finished perfect, it’s perfect to reuse as a drinking glass or display piece (especially for the holidays!)

    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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Amber Depression Glass Tea Cup Set

    $44.95

    Two sets of (2) amber tea cups available. One set is “Driftwood Vanilla” fragrance and the other is Gingerbread Man. Choose fragrance below while supplies last . All natural soy wax.

    This antique set of Depression Glass tea cups is a beautiful amber color in the popular “Thumbprint” pattern of the 1930’s!

    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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Amber Depression Glass Toothpick Holder

    $12.95

    Pumpkin Almond Biscotti fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This tiny antique amber-colored Depression Glass toothpick holder is adorable! And once your candle is finished burning, it’s actually a perfect votive candle holder (especially for the holidays!)

    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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Green Depression Glass Creamer

    $26.95

    Beach Pine fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique Depression Glass creamer is a beauty!  This “Colonial Fluted” design was made by the Federal Glass Company 1928-1933. This piece is worthy of everyday use or a striking display piece!

    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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Green Depression Glass Footed Sherbet Dish

    $24.95

    SOLD

    Beach Pine fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique Depression Glass footed sherbet dish is so sweet! Made by the Jeanette Glass Company from 1929-1933 in this “Cubist” pattern. This piece is worthy of everyday use or a striking display piece.

    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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Green Depression Glass Footed Sherbet Dish

    $26.95

    SOLD

    Beach Pine fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique Depression Glass footed sherbet dish is a beauty! Made by the Hocking Glass Company from 1928-1930 in this “Spiral” pattern. Perfect for desert, candy or 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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Green Depression Glass Sugar Bowl

    $34.95

    SOLD

    Pineapple Mint fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique Depression Glass sugar bowl is a beauty! Made by the Jeanette Glass Company from 1929-1933 in this “Cubist” pattern. The candle has two wicks for more efficient burning. This piece is worthy of everyday use or a striking display piece.

    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 carefully 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!


  • Antique Milk Glass Creamer & Sugar Set

    $42.95

    SOLD

    Two [identical] sets of creamer & sugar bowls available! One set of candles is Pineapple Mint fragrance in both vessels and the other set is Water Lily in both vessels. Choose fragrance option below, while supplies last. All natural soy wax.

    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 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!


  • Antique Pink Depression Glass Tea Cup

    $24.95

    Black Currant fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This antique pink Depression Glass tea cup is striking in it’s simple rosie pink beauty!

    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 carefully 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!