Hearth & Hammer Open Road Literary Candle

Light up the candle and smell the open road.

Instead of using candles that smell like pungent wax, why not use one that will remind you of the meadow grass on your bare feet as you wander across America’s open roads? Like the Hearth & Hammer Open Road Literary Candle, it uses the clean summer scent of meadow grass and sandalwood to stoke the feelings of wanderlust when you light one in a room. This candle is made from all natural wax, so it’s healthy and will burn slowly, a jar will last for 45-50 hours.
Under $25
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