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Glass Pillar
Glass Pillar
Glass Pillar
Glass Pillar
$44.00

Alysia Mazzella

Glass Pillar

Hand poured and hand finished in small batches in upstate New York using sustainably-sourced beeswax from local apiaries, these slow burning glass pillars are an ode to the beauty and bounty of beeswax.

Beeswax is perfect by nature. It is the slowest and cleanest burning wax on earth. Created by the brilliant honeybee, beeswax naturally boasts a pollen-infused color and a floral-sweet scent. And beeswax candles cleanse the air on a molecular level. Burning beeswax candles emits negative ions, which neutralize positive ions (airborne allergens like dust, dander, pollen, smoke). In nature, negative ions are found at beach fronts and at the top of mountains, where there is little to no air pollution. This medicinal property contributes to why we feel good after lighting a beeswax candle. And the long burning, warm glow radiates the same spectrum of light as the sun. Amazing.

Approximate 50-hour burn time. Glass container measures 2.25 inches wide x 8 inches high.

100% sustainably sourced beeswax. Cotton wick. Glass container.

It is suggested to burn Glass Pillars for 2-3hrs at a time. Longer burning periods may diminish the total candle time. Trimming the wick to 1/4” before lighting and burning for 2hrs at a time will lengthen the life of a glass pillar.

Consider this: the candle flame is a living entity. Respect the candle. Mind the fire. Burn candles within sight and on an even surface. Never light a candle near or on anything that can catch fire. Never leave a candle unattended. Keep candles away from children and animals.

100% beeswax sometimes “blooms”– this is when a powdery coating appears. This naturally occurs due to temperature changes. Beeswax bloom is safe to burn or can be removed with a soft and dry cloth.

Founded in 2017, Beeswax Candles by Alysia Mazzella began as a personal practice of burning tapers daily and collecting brass candlesticks…and grew to offer hundreds of slow-made candles within the first year. Today, Alysia studies and teaches the ancient relationship of humans and honeybees, while her collection nods to traditional candles for function and spirit.

Alysia makes each beeswax candle by hand. No added scents. No added dyes. Just beeswax and a cotton wick. Handcrafted with integrity and intention in upstate New York using sustainably-sourced beeswax from local apiaries.

And because beeswax is a precious resource (you need about 9lbs of honey to harvest 1lb of beeswax from a hive), Alysia offers the Beeswax Exchange. The Beeswax Exchange allows you to recycle any amount of 100% beeswax in exchange for hand-dipped tapers. Find out more about this incredible program here.  

In addition to candle making, Alysia is the co-founder of Backland Gardens.

The Intention

Hand poured and hand finished in small batches in upstate New York using sustainably-sourced beeswax from local apiaries, these slow burning glass pillars are an ode to the beauty and bounty of beeswax.

Beeswax is perfect by nature. It is the slowest and cleanest burning wax on earth. Created by the brilliant honeybee, beeswax naturally boasts a pollen-infused color and a floral-sweet scent. And beeswax candles cleanse the air on a molecular level. Burning beeswax candles emits negative ions, which neutralize positive ions (airborne allergens like dust, dander, pollen, smoke). In nature, negative ions are found at beach fronts and at the top of mountains, where there is little to no air pollution. This medicinal property contributes to why we feel good after lighting a beeswax candle. And the long burning, warm glow radiates the same spectrum of light as the sun. Amazing.

Approximate 50-hour burn time. Glass container measures 2.25 inches wide x 8 inches high.

The Ingredients

100% sustainably sourced beeswax. Cotton wick. Glass container.

The Ritual

It is suggested to burn Glass Pillars for 2-3hrs at a time. Longer burning periods may diminish the total candle time. Trimming the wick to 1/4” before lighting and burning for 2hrs at a time will lengthen the life of a glass pillar.

Consider this: the candle flame is a living entity. Respect the candle. Mind the fire. Burn candles within sight and on an even surface. Never light a candle near or on anything that can catch fire. Never leave a candle unattended. Keep candles away from children and animals.

100% beeswax sometimes “blooms”– this is when a powdery coating appears. This naturally occurs due to temperature changes. Beeswax bloom is safe to burn or can be removed with a soft and dry cloth.

The Alysia Mazzella Story

Founded in 2017, Beeswax Candles by Alysia Mazzella began as a personal practice of burning tapers daily and collecting brass candlesticks…and grew to offer hundreds of slow-made candles within the first year. Today, Alysia studies and teaches the ancient relationship of humans and honeybees, while her collection nods to traditional candles for function and spirit.

Alysia makes each beeswax candle by hand. No added scents. No added dyes. Just beeswax and a cotton wick. Handcrafted with integrity and intention in upstate New York using sustainably-sourced beeswax from local apiaries.

And because beeswax is a precious resource (you need about 9lbs of honey to harvest 1lb of beeswax from a hive), Alysia offers the Beeswax Exchange. The Beeswax Exchange allows you to recycle any amount of 100% beeswax in exchange for hand-dipped tapers. Find out more about this incredible program here.  

In addition to candle making, Alysia is the co-founder of Backland Gardens.

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