Bibliophile 745.593 Soy Wax Candle
745.593 is the Dewey Decimal System number for books about candlemaking. This candle nerdy scent transports you to a mossy stone villa with a giant library full of old books, plush leather armchairs, and rich wood shelves. You can feel the warmth of the fire and softness of velvet curtains. You never want to leave.
Scent: Aged paper, leather, smoke, teak, cedar, and sandalwood.
This fragrance is infused with with natural essential oils, including cedarwood, patchouli, vetiver, elemi, labdanum, pine, and cade.
Stone: Hematite for protection, confidence, strength, and balance.
*Like all our products, this is 100% vegan. The leather notes come from the labdanum resin, which is from a tree but has a leathery scent. No animal hides at all!
Also available in a room spray, perfume, and diffuser perfect to keep on your bookshelf!
100% USA-grown soy wax with no additives
clean fragrance and essential oil blends free of phthalates, Prop 65 ingredients, carcinogens, mutagens, and reproductive/organ/acute toxins
cotton and paper wicks
sustainably sourced crystals from an ethical, traceable supplier
9 oz wax by weight, 3.5 inch by 3.5 inch jar
Trim wick to .25 inch. Burn 1-2 hours to melt to edges. Extinguish after 4 hours for longevity.
Great look and scent. Unlike other candles I have purchased, this burns abnormally fast. I have been burning this one for 2 weeks in the AM and another Allison’s has been burning 7-8 weeks. This is smaller- has been too short a time
I absolutely love all of Allison's' candles!! This one smells like a great old library and makes me feel like I have been transported into Poe's home. All of these candles are so good!
I don't know how but it smells like a warm, happy bookstore...
I keep sniffing this wonderful candle, trying to figure out why this smells like every happy memory all at once. There is something almost smokey but not smokey (probably the musk? because it's smoky like unlit incense, not like lapsang souchong tea). This is not an overpowering scent, nor is it musty. The best I can describe? Imagine James Joyce and James Baldwin have written 80 romance letters to each other, which were then kept in a cedar chest for two decades. THAT is what this candle smells like.