So Long to Winter Sale!

It’s almost time to say goodbye to grey skies and snowy days. Help us send off winter in style with our So Long to Winter Sale! We’re making room for new products from Egypt, Poland, and Nicaragua, which means 30 great gifts marked down 30%!

Here’s a taste of 4 great products now on sale that’ll be discontinued when the season changes!

Beach Glass Votives, Was $24.00 Now $17.00

This simple frosted votive set is all you need to add elegance to your home or patio. Our Beach Glass set is made from re-purposed wine cooler bottles, textured to feel like the ocean herself created them.

Candles are hand-poured by Burmese women rebuilding their lives in the U.S. after years in refugee camps. Wax is unscented so your indoor or outdoor space remains fragranced by nature and good food.

Marrakech Gold Tea Glass Candle, Was $22.00 Now $16.00

All of our Moroccan tea glasses are ethically sourced. Each Marrakech Gold Tea Glass candle features a beautiful band of color and hand-painted gold accents in a traditional Moroccan pattern. These tea glasses become beautiful hand-poured candles, skillfully created by Burmese refugee women rebuilding their lives in the U.S. But that’s not all, once you’ve thoroughly enjoyed the candle, clean it out and enjoy its second life as a beautiful tea glass!

Recycled Wine Bottles, Was $20.00 Now $14.00

Our re-purposed wine bottles are lightly scented and perfect for your patio, wine and cheese party, or just a summer evening at home. After the candle inside is finished, the bottles take on another life when you clean them out and use them as drinking glasses! These candles make the perfect gift for the environmentalist in your life.

Orangeleaf Soapstone Centerpiece, Was $40.00 Now $30.00

Your table and evening are beautifully illuminated with this hand-carved soapstone vessel in red-orange patina. Not to mention the wonderful aroma of either rose garden or lemon lavender! Our fair trade soapstone vessels are carved by members of the Gusii tribe and finished by artisans in Nairobi. The Candle is hand-poured by Burmese refugee women who have recently resettled in the U.S. and are rebuilding their lives.

Don’t forget to clean out the vessel, and enjoy it once more as place to store jewelry or trinkets.

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