Candles for sale
These are just some of the products that we had on sale in the workshop during the 2012 season. Turnover of stock is quite rapid, so there is no guarantee that the same products will be on the shelves in 2013. But if they are gone, rest assured that there will be fresh new stock which is even more exciting and varied.
These moulded and fragranced candles, made for us to our own specifications and carrying the "Pembrokeshire Candle Centre" label, are made of palm oil. They are one of our most popular lines -- the scents are amazing!
Fragranced candles in earthenware pots -- always popular for summer evenings in the garden, and for barbeques on the patio.....
The gift packaging for our most up-market fragranced candles in glass containers. Very popular indeed.
Our own range of budget-priced scented candle pots, made on the premises. Inger uses pots made by a local potter to her specifications.
Some of the famous Swazi candles, made in Africa and imported under Fair Trade rules. These are very special indeed -- see if you can work out how they were made!
A rolled beeswax candle made on the premises, in a pottery "lotus flower" holder.
A 'housing estate" of candle lanterns in the form of little houses. These are made of tin.
A hanging lantern with a central glass shield to keep draughts away -- intended for outdoor use.
Two wall sconces made for moulded "chunky" candles. The one on the left is made of Welsh slate, and the one on the right is made of ironwork.
Above are two images from the 2016 "Martha Morgan Country" portfolio, showing Mistress Martha with a traditional wooden candle lantern. Model: Rhiannon James. Photographer: Steve Mallett.
Hand-painted glass candle holders, made for night lights or small moulded candles.
Traditional wooden candlesticks, made for chunky candles -- with a spike on top for stabilising the candle. These are turned on lathes -- and many of them are made in India for local rather than tourist use.
A modern brass two-branched wall sconce.
Part of the display of candle holders in our upstairs gallery.
A hanging candle lantern -- typical of those made in North Africa.