This literary candle has been inspired by the first published novel from the Bronte sisters, kick-starting one of the most famous literary legacies of the 19th century. In 1846, Anne, Emily, and Charlotte published a poetry book under the pseudonyms Acton, Ellis, and Currer Bell. They knew they would be taken more seriously if the public believed that they were men. Remember, when Jane said: “I have not much pride under such circumstances: I would always rather be happy than dignified, and I ran after him - he stood at the foot of the stairs”.
The scent recalls the smell of rain, a crackling fireplace, with notes of wildflowers. Better Happy Than Dignified: - Top note: Ozone, Green Leaves, Eucalyptus - Heart: Mint - Base: Saffron, Smoke
100% Premium Soy Wax and Natural Oils 12.5 oz Woven cotton Wick Hand-poured in Santa Monica, CA