9" Red Club Candles (Set of 6)

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9" Red Club Candles (Set of 6)

Your Price:$38.99
Retail Price:$49.99
Your Savings:$11.00(22%)
In Stock - Made in USA
Part Number:G-5771

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Paraffin
  • Made in USA
  • Made of: Clean Burning Wax 
  • Size: 9" height x 1.5" diameter 
  • Color/s: Red
  • Burn Time: 11 to 14 hours 
  • Scent: unscented 
  • Lead-free Cotton Wicks / Smokeless 
  • Drip-less 
  • Quantity: 6 
IMPORTANT NOTICE: These candles are considered "drip resistant" under ideal conditions, but as with any candle, they may drip if NOT placed in the ideal conditions. 
 
What normally causes a candle to drip is: 
  1. Draft (even the slightest draft will cause a candles to drip) 
  2. Burning candles close together (if too close, the flame from one candle will melt away another candles side and cause it to drip)
  3. Candles leaning in an angle 
Our old-fashioned Club Candles are a taller version of our Coach Candle. The classic, bell-topped Old-World style contributes marvelously to a "shabby chic" or eclectic, bohemian setting.
 
Create a romantic candle lit dinner or top a candelabra with these unique pillars with a taper base. Our Taper Candle Fitters are perfect to insure a solid fit into and taper holder
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Great buy. Beautiful candles!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Marion. on 11/20/2017
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We used these in cylinder vases with a taper holder placed inside as part of centerpieces for our holiday party. Burn time was long but they are not dripless so once the side opened the wax poured down and made drip marks and puddles of wax at the bottom. Some burned better than others and my thought is they were in an area with more air flow overhead. I did have to blow them out, trim the wick and relight due to very tall flame - pretty standard for a candle you plan to burn for a long time.
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Reviewed by:  from Tacoma. on 12/5/2017
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