Totality:  Eclipse In Indy
Totality:  Eclipse In Indy
Totality:  Eclipse In Indy

Totality: Eclipse In Indy

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A Total Solar Eclipse in our hometown.  We live in the narrow path of totality and it's utterly amazing.  Nature's greatest spectacle!  

We can't wait to experience the entire sequence of events, however; there is a show-stopper we're all here to see - the Moment of Totality.  In the shadow of the moon, daylight suddenly turns dark.  We'll take off our glasses to see the sun's corona revealed - a breathtaking sight.  The glow of the sun's outer most atmosphere is known to bring many to tears.  Soak it all in.  We get roughly 3 minutes 49 seconds before Totality is lost and daylight returns. 

A once in a lifetime experience, we were compelled to create a candle to honor the event.  A physical token to pair with your eclipse memories.  Our fragrance is a custom blend of Moonflower Nectar and Golden Santal.  We chose night-blooming Moonflower to represent the eclipse nocturne effect on nature.  Golden Santal represents the sun and its normally hidden corona.   

Pear - Agave - Ginger - Rose - Marine - Cherry Blossom - Cedar - Clover - Powder - Dark Musk - Amber     

  • Candle size - 7.2 oz
  • 40+ hour approximate burn time (Keep wick trimmed to 1/4")
  • Hand poured from small batches 
  • 100% natural soy wax
  • Phthalate-free fragrance oil

 

Candle Care

For optimal burning, keep wick trimmed to 1/4" prior to each lighting.

With each burn, allow wax to melt all the way to the edges to prevent tunneling.  This is especially important with the first burn as soy wax has a memory.

Candle Safety

Never leave a lit candle burning unattended.

Never use a candle as a night light or while you may fall asleep.

Never move or handle a burning candle.  The wax and the container get hot when in use.  Extinguish and allow to fully cool after or in between use.

Keep burning candles away from all flammable objects.

Keep burning candles out of the reach of children and pets.

Cease burning candle when only 1/2” of wax remains.

Extinguish a candle if the flame becomes too high or flickers repeatedly.

For more information on candle safety, visit the National Candle Association at: http://candles.org/fire-safety-candles/