Beeswax fleur-de-lise candle
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One of the most recognised symbols, the Fleur-de-lise has its origins deep in history. Seen on coat of arms from 1000AD up until the french revolution 1792, and still used on many flags throughout Europe, most well known on the French and the Quebec flags.
We have re-introduced this candle for the Medieval festival this year. With curved sides and a square shape, the Fleur (lilly) it is always a favourite.
The candle is a square shape, with the Fleur-de-lise on all four sides.
5 cm wide by 9.5cm tall.
A burn time of approximately 35 hours.
Put this one on a plate as the shape means that it may drip, but that seems to be a good look for this candle.