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EMART 3800930567133

Candle, 5x6 cm, in a fireproof white bowl - 1 piece

SKU: 833024
Weight: 76 gr.
Piece: 1
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Product description

At EM ART, you will find a wide range of candles in fire-resistant cups and materials for making them. Place your order online!

QUALITY AND SAFETY: A candle holder in the shape of a fireproof glass is made from the highest quality glass to enhance its appearance and protect it from overheating or cracking. Each glass includes natural, high-quality unscented wax.
BESTSELLER: These clear glass candle holders are the best sellers in floral offerings, home decor, and the wedding planning industry. From home decorators to event organizers, the high-quality traditional candle holder is always well used. It will decorate any event with its warm light and bring a sense of harmony and romance.
USAGE: These beautiful fireproof glass candle holders are commonly used as: party favors, emergency lighting during power outages, aromatherapy, outdoor ambiance in the patio, restaurant tables, and more. Candles in fireproof glasses can also be decorated with various decorative elements such as flowers, butterflies, beads, or other similar decorative materials to give an even greater aesthetic effect.
WARNING: These wax-filled units are SOLD FOR SINGLE USE ONLY if you wish to reuse them with new candles, you do so at your own risk – Place your candles on a flat surface - If several candle holders are lit, keep them apart, placing them too close together may lead to excessive heating of the casting, which poses a safety hazard - Always keep away from children, pets, and flammable materials.

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