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No. 6 Yellowstone Handcrafted Pottery 8oz Candle
No. 6 Yellowstone Handcrafted Pottery 8oz Candle
No. 6 Yellowstone Handcrafted Pottery 8oz Candle
No. 6 Yellowstone Handcrafted Pottery 8oz Candle
No. 6 Yellowstone Handcrafted Pottery 4oz Mini Candle

No. 6 Yellowstone Handcrafted Pottery 8oz Candle

$31.50

  • Handcrafted in our pottery studio
  • Blend of organic coconut wax, hand-poured in our Huntsville, AL, shop
  • Candle Size: 8oz. – Burn Time 40-50hr
  • Scents: fraser fir, frosted juniper, and rustic living

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Made in Huntsville, Alabama

This ceramic candle is inspired by the scenic views and wide-open spaces of Yellowstone National Park. Each candle is handcrafted, fired, and poured with love in our Huntsville, Alabama pottery studio.

  • Handcrafted in our pottery studio
  • Blend of organic coconut wax, hand-poured in our Huntsville, AL, shop
  • Candle Size: 8oz. – Burn Time 40-50hr
  • Scents: fraser fir, frosted juniper, and rustic living

How about a mini candle?

YELLOWSTONE DESTINATION CANDLE

leather front pocket wallet by holtz leather

Yellowstone, America’s first national park

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Known for its wildlife and its many geothermal sites, Yellowstone boasts half of the world’s geysers and hydrothermal features. It is home to a variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, and free-ranging herds of bison and elk. The Yellowstone Park bison herd is the oldest and largest public bison herd in the United States.

Use It Again!

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Not only are you able to experience the wild forests of Yellowstone with this candle, your hand-made vessel can now double as your favorite coffee cup, wine glass, whiskey tumbler, or planter!

After burning, continue the life of your candle in the following suggested ways (or be creative and invent a new use of your own!)

The Grand Prismatic Spring

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Yellowstone National Park’s Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in America. The first records of the spring are from 1839, when a group of European explorers and surveyors made note of a “boiling lake”.

Geologists named it for its distinct coloring when they noticed its similarity to the colors in an optical prism rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, and blue. These colors inspired our mug!

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