Elegantly shaped classic cone candles
Originally, our cone candles were produced as a decorative Christmas candle for festive wreaths and decorations. However, the cone candle soon went on to become a popular interior product, which is now sold all year round.
The cone candle is the only one of our products which is self-standing, making it a very versatile product. With its classic shape, it is elegant on its own, but it also sits beautifully on our candle plate or many other surfaces, for example a piece of glass, a raw cement table or a piece of marble – anything is possible, because no candle holder is required.
Each package contains 2 pcs. cone candles.
Cone candles are supplied in boxes in the following lengths:
25 cm and 37 cm.
Colour: No. 09/2
Burn time: 13 hours
Length: 25 cm
Diameter: 4,2 cm
Colour: No. 09/2
Burn time: 25 hours
Length: 37 cm
Diameter: 4,4 cm
Cone candles are supplied in boxes made from FSC-certified cardboard.
The candles are packed by hand, with each pair being wrapped in tissue paper with an extra layer at the top of the box to ensure the candles sit tightly and are not damaged during transport. Lacquered candles are also hand-packed with extra foam protection between the individual candles to prevent any scratching.
Material: The candle is made of 100% pure fragrance-free paraffin wax from Europe’s leading producer. The candle is produced at our factory in Denmark, and the wick is made of 100% cotton.
Foot: The cone candle is the only one of our products which is self-standing, making it a very versatile product.
Self-extinguishing: The candle is self-extinguishing, so the flame dies out 2-3 centimeters from the bottom (however, we recommend to never leave lit candles unattended).
Extinguishing guide: We recommend using a candle extinguisher to extinguish the candle. This avoids smoke, and ensures that the candle is completely extinguished, thus preventing the wick from smouldering. A candle extinguisher will completely extinguish the burning wick, so the wick remains intact.
For candles with a lacquer, gold or silver coating, it is important – after putting out the candle with an extinguisher – to remove the outermost layer of lacquer from the depression around the wick so that the candle can be relit without any difficulty.
Candle-burning tips: To ensure that the candle burns in the best possible way, we recommend keeping the wick short, placing candles min. 10 cm apart, and avoiding placing candles in draughts or above a radiator.