Vintage Window Candles candle

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Keep your burning candles away from drafts and flammable objects such as curtains, flower arrangements, etc.

2 ANGELS w BIRD  CANDLE sitting  CHURCH WINDOW CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT Vtg Img
2 ANGELS w BIRD CANDLE sitting CHURCH WINDOW CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT Vtg Img
$6.99 (1 Bid)
End Date: Saturday Nov-1-2014 7:08:02 PDT

3 Vntg Christmas Electric Candolier Candle 3  5 Lights Window Drip Wax Design
3 Vntg Christmas Electric Candolier Candle 3 5 Lights Window Drip Wax Design
$19.99
End Date: Sunday Nov-30-2014 14:45:45 PST
Buy It Now for only: $19.99

6 Vintage Noma Plastic Candle Sticks Lights Electric Window Christmas Candelabra
6 Vintage Noma Plastic Candle Sticks Lights Electric Window Christmas Candelabra
$8.00
End Date: Saturday Nov-1-2014 16:09:17 PDT

Vintage 1950s 1960s Electric CHRISTMAS WINDOW CANDLE Decoration 2 + Flame Bulbs
Vintage 1950s 1960s Electric CHRISTMAS WINDOW CANDLE Decoration 2 + Flame Bulbs
$11.49 (3 Bids)
End Date: Saturday Nov-1-2014 18:00:01 PDT



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Did You Know:
The candle is the most primeval method of supplying light. Although a slew of modifications have been made to the mechanisms of candle creation, there is no basic variance between a candle manufactured in the past and one made currently.

The advent of stearine also led the way for significant improvements in wick materials. No longer did a candle owner have to constantly snuff out the candle and trim wicks made simply of twisted cotton before they fell into the melting wax. Wicks could be tightly woven or plaited so that their burned ends curled over and were completely consumed by the hot flame.

An area of the suns surface, the size of a postage stamp, shines with the power of 1,500,000 candles one square inch of the suns surface shines as bright as 300,00 candles.

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