The Skep candle design is reminiscent of the history of the beekeeping hives used many years ago. Although most beekeepers have used wooden boxes and movable frames since their invention in the mid 19th century, the image of the Skep is still widely used today as a symbol of beekeeping.
I keep bees near Libau, Manitoba and each season I when I harvest honey, I also collect some of the premium, white virgin wax that encapsulates the honey in the comb. I then have my wax cleaned and filtered by a wax processor in Manitoba and the finished product is a micro-filtered wax that produces an extra pure, clean and smooth beeswax product. You will be pleased with the clean burn of our candles as a result of the extra filtering step that we employ.
You’ll be pleased with the clean aroma given off when you light a pure beeswax candle.
The Medium Skep candle measures 2″ at the base and 3″ tall and will burn for about six hours.