lotus bud oil candles

by Jill Henrietta Davis
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Drop a Glint.

Illuminate and energize rooms with swirls of color and light with Jill Henrietta Davis' gorgeous glass oil lamp. In each luminous sculpture, Jill has captured the natural beauty and simplicity of a bead of dew in mid drop. Perfect as a radiant centerpiece indoors or outdoors on a patio, each sea-toned droplet comes with enough paraffin lamp oil to burn for approximately 80 hours, with no need to trim or replace its wick. Since Jill forms every piece in her Rhode Island studio by hand, each functional sculpture possesses its own one-of-a-kind patterning, color and texture. Sold separately.

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Handmade
Exclusive
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Item ID
21204
Made from
fiberglass, paraffin wax, borosilicate glass
Measurements
5" H x 4.5" Dia.
Notes
To clean, gently wash by hand.

Item comes gift packaged with 1 16oz. lamp oil for approx. 80 hours of burning time, fiberglass wick, borosilicate glass wick holder, funnel, and safety instructions.

Fiberglass wick does not burn - it simply carries the lamp oil and allows the oil to burn. The added advantage of fiberglass wick is that because the wick isn't burning, it is not creating any soot, or other particulates, which means that you get a very clean burning candle.

Many different paraffin lamp oils may be used to refill this oil candle, including scented and citronella oils.

Keep away from flammable material. Never leave burning candle unattended.
  • the maker

Jill Henrietta Davis

In 1988, after experimenting with many different materials and art forms, artist Jill Henrietta Davis was first exposed to the wonders of molten glass and immediately fell under its spell. Sixteen years, a BFA and an MFA later, she remains as smitten as ever.

"Glass can do things that would be impossible with any other material, and although the learning process is quite difficult, once you gain a little fluency, blowing glass is just plain fun," Jill says. "I try to convey this fun by blending humor with fine craftsmanship in my designs." collection

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