Cedar & Amber Candle
Cedar & Amber Candle
An intoxicating woody Cedar blend deepened with Amber, Myrrh, and Sandalwood. Perfect blend of natural wood scent balanced with subtle spices. This cedar and amber candle is presented in a Campfire vessel with a creamy eggnog finish.
This Candle is a collaboration with local Portland candle maker Near & Native. Have your candle refilled or give the vessel a new purpose once you’ve burned through it. Cork lids available at an additional cost. These make beautiful storage containers or utensil holders.
6 oz. Small Candle: 3” tall x 2.75” wide, 25 hours of burn time
12 oz. Medium Candle: 3.5” tall x 3.5 - 3.75” wide, 50 hours of burn time.
Each of our pieces are handmade in Maine, one piece at a time and will vary slightly. Slight differences can be expected and embraced.
Here's why this is the perfect candle:
△ Wooden wicks offer a cleaner burn and slight crackling sound. All of the wicks are naturally processed and sourced from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified mills. This purchase helps Trees.org, a critical organization aiding both tree conservation and underdeveloped communities.
△ Virgin Coconut Creme Wax is a blend of natural soy and coconut waxes and has a smooth, creamy white finish. Our waxes come from renewable sources and utilize only FDA approved waxes. We tried A LOT of waxes and this is the hands down the best.
△ Fragrances are blended with a mix of the best essential oils. Near & Native sourced formulas previously available only to luxury candle brands. They found that using less fragrance than recommended ensures the scent is never overpowering in your space.
△ Poured in small batches in their Portland, Maine studio.
△ Refillable jars. Send Near and Native (Refill) this empty container (or any container) and they will refill with one of their signature scents for about half the price of buying new candles. We believe in extending the life cycle of beautiful products by reducing waste and using sustainable ingredients.
Styled photos feature pieces by MULXIPLY.
Photography: Meredith Brockington
Model: Noel Ellingwood