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The History of Candle Making

Nothing gives atmosphere and style simultaneously to your home like candles. With more than 2,000 candle kinds and 10,000 distinct scents to choose from, with a well-chosen candle, your home can truly stand out. Even though they may seem like a easy home accessory, candles have a wealthy history that dates back thousands of years.

With all the changes in popular scents and materials from 3,000 B.C. used to create wax. From the heyday of Ancient Egypt, we thought it was vital to cover every era of candle making to give you a feeling of the changes that art has undergone over the millennia. We will begin with the Ancient World, travel through the Middle Ages and the Colonial Age, and finish with the 19th and 20th centuries, where you will recognize the candles that we know and love today.
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infographic by: www.aromatique.com

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The History of Candle Making #infographic

The History of Candle Making

Nothing gives atmosphere and style simultaneously to your home like candles. With more than 2,000 candle kinds and 10,000 distinct scents to choose from, with a well-chosen candle, your home can truly stand out. Even though they may seem like a easy home accessory, candles have a wealthy history that dates back thousands of years.

With all the changes in popular scents and materials from 3,000 B.C. used to create wax. From the heyday of Ancient Egypt, we thought it was vital to cover every era of candle making to give you a feeling of the changes that art has undergone over the millennia. We will begin with the Ancient World, travel through the Middle Ages and the Colonial Age, and finish with the 19th and 20th centuries, where you will recognize the candles that we know and love today.
The History of Candle Making #infographic


infographic by: www.aromatique.com

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