Fir & Cedar Candle

Lanterne Shop

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The Fir & Cedar candle is a pine scented candle inspired by the forests of the Pacific Northwest. It has notes of cypress, balsam, and cedar. The design of the porcelain Arc candle was inspired by the warm glow of paper lanterns and can be repurposed as a bud vase, votive holder, planter, or pencil cup. Each candle is hand-poured in the US by Prosperity Candle, a social enterprise that supports women refugees and artisans through candle-making.

  • 10 ounces, 284 grams
  • 70 hours of burn time
  • 4" H x 3" W
  • Hand-poured in the US
  • Vessel is dishwasher safe, food safe, and microwave safe
  • Clean-burning, vegan coconut-blend wax
  • Paraben-free & phthalate-free fragrances
About the Brand

About the Brand

Founded in 2020 in Portland, Oregon, Lanterne was founded to bring more light and beauty into our homes. Their candles are made using fair trade principles, and poured by hand in the US. Each purchase supports women artisans who have resettled as refugees in the US. They use natural, honest materials like high-quality coconut-soy blend wax, cotton wicks, and paraben-free and phthalate-free fragrances. Packaging is simple and recyclable to avoid excess waste.

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