"Prospector" Coconut Wax Candle | Hollow Tree 1871
Most of us are pulled by the possibility of there being more to life — whether that’s fame and fortune, adventure or enlightenment. For the brave prospector of the Klondike, it was always the elusive, shiny rivers of gold in BC and the Yukon. Many are still drawn there now; gamblers in a game from yesteryear. Not for the faint of heart, the Prospector’s life is one which feels the need for wild exploration and reward.
Burn candles within sight, away from drafts, and off of wooden, marble or glass surfaces. They should never be left unattended, and never burned for more than four hours. Trim cotton wick 1/4” before burning.