In an authentic vintage English porcelain teacup
This very nice candle "Bonnie Scotland Stewart" is original and collectible.
It is part of a series of Scottish clans and this one represents the STEWART clan.
A special feature of the design is that the thistle motif (Scotland's floral emblem) appears on the inside of the cup as well as the outside.
Made and produced by the Royal Standard factory, it was made between 1940 and 1959.
"Royal Standard" was a mark used on English china made by a pottery company called Chapmans Longton Ltd.
- Its height is 75 mm
- The diameter of the saucer is 145 mm
- The diameter of the cup is 90 mm
The wax used for this candle is a natural soy wax and guaranteed GMO-free*.
Sensual with its generous notes, this fragrance takes us to distant, magical and fascinating horizons, conducive to relaxation and time travel.
All our fragrances are developed and produced in the Grasse area and are guaranteed free of CMR** substances and Phthalates.
The wick is made of cotton.
Lit or as a decorative object, this very pretty porcelain candle will find its place in your personal universe.
We love its originality, its tartan decor and its history of Scottish clans!
*Genetically modified organism
** Carcinogenic, Mutagenic and Reprotoxic Substances
All our candle containers are vintage products.
Please bear in mind that these vintage china pieces are second-hand items that have been in the loving care of others over the years; accept the traces of the past that give them their charm and authenticity.
Conditions of use and safety
Remove the protective cover from the Mademoiselle Candle-Cup wax before lighting the candle.
Before lighting your candle it is advisable to cut the wick to about 0.5 to 1 cm from the edge, as a wick that is too long will produce a flame that is too large and risks black smoke.
It is best to use a snuffer to extinguish the flame of your candle or you can smother the flame by putting a glass on top (do not use the wooden lid).
Keep a minimum safety distance of 10 to 15 cm between lit candles, otherwise the candles may heat up, warp and fall out, causing damage.
Do not place your candle directly on an unprotected table or piece of furniture, use a candle holder or a suitable stand to safely enjoy your candle.
For the safety of your children and pets, it is strongly recommended to keep a burning candle out of their reach.
Also, do not leave a burning candle in a draught as this could cause it to fall on a carpet or push a light curtain over the flame, which could lead to a fire.
It is also strongly advised to keep a burning candle away from any flammable material (e.g. curtain, wallpaper, paper decoration, etc.)
For your own safety and that of your family and to prevent the risk of fire in your home, never leave a burning candle unattended.