Discover a thoughtfully curated collection of Dinner & Table Candles, Altar Candles, Tealights, and symbolic candles designed to elevate your 'Sacred Space.' Featuring esteemed brands such as Prices, Star Child, Tibetan Spirits, and our exclusive Sacred Essence line, our selection offers diverse wax options, including Beeswax and Soy Wax, in both scented and unscented varieties. These candles are crafted to contribute to a serene ambiance, empowering you to channel your intentions effectively.
Embark on a journey through our carefully curated assortment of candles, each meticulously selected to enhance your 'Sacred Space.'
Whether you seek the warm glow of Dinner & Table Candles, the spiritual significance of Altar Candles, the gentle illumination of Tealights, or the symbolism within our unique candles, our collection caters to a range of preferences and purposes.
Featuring renowned brands like Prices, Star Child, Tibetan Spirits, and our exclusive Sacred Essence line, our candles are crafted from diverse wax options, including the pure elegance of Beeswax and the eco-friendly appeal of Soy Wax.
Choose from scented or unscented varieties, each designed to contribute to a serene ambiance, allowing you to infuse your space with intention and purpose. Whether you're setting the mood for a sacred ritual, meditation, or simply creating a tranquil atmosphere, our candles are more than sources of light—they are tools for spiritual expression and mindful living.
Explore the nuances of each candle type, each with its unique charm and purpose, and elevate your spiritual practices with our thoughtfully curated selection.
Safety Information For Candles: Place holders on a surface that will not be damaged by heat. Do not burn on a television or other warm place. Tealights are suitable for lanterns or for holders which have holes in them as the tealight case will hold the wax as it melts. Nightlights are suitable for lighting uses. Do not use in food warmers or vapourisers. Do not use in oil burners or lanterns where there is less than 8cm / 3 inches of space above the flame.
Candle Safety General Information Never leave burning candles unattended. Always read and follow manufacturer’s instructions supplied with candles and candle holders. Burn out of reach of children and pets. Extinguish candles with a candle snuffer. Do not blow them out. Never use water to extinguish a candle. Ensure candles are placed at least 10cm / 4 inches apart and allow headroom above the candle for the heat to disperse. Ensure candles are burned away from flammable items. Candles should be burned away from other sources of heat such as television sets and away from direct sunlight. Candles should be burned in an area free from draughts. Trim wick to 1cm / ½ inch before lighting or relighting. If the candle smokes, extinguish and trim the wick. Remove all packaging and labels before use. Use a suitable non-flammable holder. Ensure candles are burned in an upright position. To avoid damage to surfaces, always place candles and candle holders on a surface that will not be damaged by heat e.g. ceramic tiles or plates. Table mats are NOT suitable. Do not move candles when lit or the wax is still liquid. Novelty candles are designed to be decorative. Burn on a large holder as irregularly shaped novelty candles may drip profusely.
Safety Information For Glass, Tin and Ceramic wax filled items Never let the flame come into contact with the container. Place holders on a surface that will not be damaged by heat. Do not use if the container is cracked, chipped or scratched. Extinguish tin candles before replacing the lid. Extinguish candle when ½cm / ¼inch of wax remains. Do not place tin candles on their lids when burning Safety
Information For Tapered, Pillar and Tall Candles When using dinner candles, ensure that there is a tight fit in the candle holder. Candles with a diameter over 5cm / 2 inches should be burned on a spiked holder or flat dish. Pillar candles over 6cm / 2½ inches should be burned for at least 4 hours at a time. Allow wax to solidify before relighting. Extinguish candle before flame reaches 2cm / 1 inch of the holder.
Understanding the Safety Labels on Your Products Hazards & Warnings explained Fragrance oils contain a wide range of ingredients and some of these may cause skin irritation, which could lead to an allergic reaction if the fragrance oil were to come into contact with the skin. The same ingredients or other ingredients might be toxic to aquatic environment. Where these ingredients are found in a high enough concentration, in the final diffuser to be a hazard, then we have to list these on the label. We also have to advise you of how to manage these hazards. This is why you will see diffusers with an exclamation mark and a dead fish symbol followed by ingredients on the label. These are there by law as we have to list them. These are the only 3 possible images you will find on our Price’s diffusers, and, some products have no pictograms triggered at all. Please be assured, we have taken every precaution to ensure the safety of our customers, and only use fragrance oils which have been vetted and contain the least possible sensitisers and hazards. All our wax melts and candles are CLP compliant. So what is CLP? CLP stands for Classification, Labelling & Packaging. It’s a piece of legislation that all candle & diffuser makers have to comply with to sell their products legally in Europe and the UK. In layman terms, we, the manufacturer, have to tell you, the customer, what (if any) the hazards are in our candles, and label them accordingly, so that you can look at the label, and immediately see what, if any, hazards the product presents. The label will include (where necessary) a signal word, image, and hazard statement for each hazard class and category. Precautionary statements may also be provided. As of June 2015, candles fall into this legislation where they contain fragrance oil. It is not just candles that CLP legislation applies to and you may already have noticed that several household products such as bleach and washing up liquid will have warning labels on them.