khall candles back in stock

Our popular ‘k. hall designs’ scented candles are back in stock.
These 60 hour burning candles are hand poured in Missouri. The 100% vegetable wax blend is made from renewable resources grown by American farmers. The cotton wick burns cleanly and the wax blend has ‘superior fragrance holding capabilities that allows the scent to radiate further.’ Plus they smell good while NOT giving you weird-chemical-scented-candle headaches. And they come with a neat aluminum top so they don’t get dusty in between uses. That might be a little OCD but, lets face it, that’s annoying. Finally, when you’re done, they clean up perfectly for reuse as an outdoor tea light holder or a pretty decent tumbler. At $25.00 a pop you’ve got your bases covered. Waste not, want not!

Oh- right now we have: VERBENA: fresh, zingy citrus;  EGYPTIAN JASMIN: clean floral- the oil of love!;  CYPRESS and CASSIS : a little smokey, a little sweet – the scent ladies and gentlemen agree on;  MOSS: i know, sounds like ‘rain.’ so it doesn’t really smell like moss per say -its sandalwood with a crispy green edge…. another unisex winner!

2 Responses to “khall candles back in stock”

  1. Ileana Keltz says:

    I wanted to inquire about the lovely ceramic french presses that show up on your home page. I did not see them in your inventory for purchase. Do you have them for available for purchase? I would love one in the gorgeous aqua color that I saw.

    Thank you so much for looking into this. I look forward to your reply.

    Ileana Keltz

  2. admin says:

    Hello Ileana –

    Unfortunately we are permanently out of stock with the french presses and have been for a few months. Those items have been discontinued for the time being and are awaiting redesign to streamline the manufacturing process. The manufacturers discontinued them because there was a lot of waste in the manufacturing process. They are working on a redesign but there is no telling when they will come up with something. Apparently it’s difficult to make the long spans require by a press perfectly cylindrical in ceramic- which is probably why you usually only see glass ones. They were a very popular item!

    Sorry for the bad news! I will keep you posted if anything changes.


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