VINTAGE candles

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  • Vintage “Hen on Nest” Candy Dish Green Iridescent “Carnival Glass”

    $59.95

    SOLD

    Seagrass fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This extra special Hen is showing off in the highly collectible green iridescent Carnival Glass! These collectible “Hen on Nest” dishes were popular in the US from the late 1800’s thru the mid-century and even gained a resurgence of popularity in the 1970’s when the green and amber colors were introduced! The term “Hen on Nest” was coined by the Westmoreland Glass Company in the 1930’s, but these dishes are also referred to as an “animal dish”, “trinket box”,  “hen in a basket”, and more. “Carnival Glass” earned its name after being given as carnival prizes in the early 1900’s!

    This 6″ vintage glass “hen on nest” candy dish is perfect for decor, nuts at a party, condiments, or as a serving dish on your dinner table! [click on product to see more photos]

    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!

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


  • Antique Blue Hobnail Opalescent Pillar Candle Stand

    $34.95

    SOLD

    Highly collectible antique hobnail opalescent tray, perfect as a pillar candle stand (pillar candle sold separately, medium size fits just right!) The opalescence gives the colors an ombre effect that beautifully blends from a translucent blue to a milky, opaque blue. [Click on product to see more photos]


  • Antique Milk Glass Trinket Dish

    $39.95

    SOLD

    Pink Grapefruit fragrance. All natural soy wax.

    This Milk Glass Glass dish has a classic grapevine design. The candle has three wicks for a more efficient burn. After your candle has burned down, this antique beauty is perfect for display or a sweet trinket, candy or nut dish! [click on product to see more photos]

    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!