Size: 1cm wide x 2.3cm high x 7mm deep.
Candles are not included. I made these with fimo and wire.
Flat packed, in kit form and ready for construction in colors of your own choosing. I used copic and promarker staining pens rather than paint.
Most early Western cultures relied primarily on candles rendered from animal fat (tallow). A major improvement came in the Middle Ages, when beeswax candles were introduced in Europe. Unlike animal-based tallow, beeswax burned pure and cleanly, without producing a smoky flame.
A chandlery was originally the office in a medieval household responsible for wax and candles, as well as the room in which the candles were kept. It could be headed by a chandler.
Designed and laser cut by Raptoor.