Made in the United States.
Only at MARCH
Traditionally made by colonial women boiling bayberries and collecting the wax off the coast of New England, it takes 15 pounds of berries to produce just 1 pound of clean-burning, aromatic wax. This made the resulting candles a luxury to those who had them, and the tradition of burning bayberry tapers during the holidays and on New Year's Eve was said to bring blessings of abundance in the coming year.
“A bayberry candle burned to the socket brings food to the larder and and gold to the pocket.”
Candle - 3/4"Dia x 5.5"L
Box - 8"L x 2"W x 3/4"H
Dust with soft cloth. Trim wick before burning.