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No. 5 Texas 4 oz Mini Candle
No. 5 Texas 4 oz Mini Candle
No. 5 Texas 4 oz Mini Candle
No. 5 Texas Handcrafted Pottery 8 oz Candle

No. 5 Texas 4 oz Mini Candle

$15.00

  • Handmade in our Pottery Studio
  • Blend of organic coconut wax, hand-poured in our Huntsville, AL shop
  • Candle Size: 4oz. – Burn Time 20-25hr
  • Scents: woodsmoke, leather and spice
  • Production Time: 5-7 Business Days

Due to existing bulk discounts, this item is not included in Black Friday sale.

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Made in Huntsville, Alabama

Ride through the rolling plains and rugged hills of the Lone Star State. Take in the scents of wood smoke, leather and spice, inspired by longhorn cattle drives where sage blooms like perfume. This candle is handcrafted, fired and poured with love in our Huntsville, Alabama pottery studio.

  • Handmade in our Pottery Studio
  • Blend of organic coconut wax, hand-poured in our Huntsville, AL shop
  • Candle Size: 4oz. – Burn Time 20-25hr
  • Scents: woodsmoke, leather and spice
  • Production Time: 5-7 Business Days

Due to existing bulk discounts, this item is not included in Black Friday sale.

TEXAS DESTINATION CANDLE

leather front pocket wallet by holtz leather

Texas Tea – Spindletop, 1901

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Jan. 10, 1901, is the most famous date in Texas petroleum history. This is the date that the great gusher erupted in the oil well being drilled at Spindletop, near Beaumont, by a mining engineer, Capt. A. F. Lucas. This was the first salt dome oil discovery, and thousands of barrels of oil flowed before the well could be capped. Spindletop created a sensation throughout the world and encouraged exploration and drilling in Texas that has continued since.

Use It Again! 

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Not only are you able to experience the rolling plains and rugged hills of Texas with this mini candle, your hand-crafted vessel can now double as an expresso cup, a taste tester for new drinks, or a small planter for succulents! 

Festival Life

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Music, art, and good eats are just a few things that make up the diverse culture of Texas. Dating back to the mid-19th century, Mexican American folk art has become a distinct signature of Texas culture, especially on the outskirts of the state and rural areas of southern Texas.

EXPLORE ALL THE SCENTS