CANDLE WAVES BELHARRA
Looking for candles for home decor? Look no further than the fleur de sel scented candle Belharra. The hand engraved glass of this decorative blue candle depicts a motif of crashing waves. Belharra is the name of a mythical wave on the shores of the Basque Country, reaching over 20 metres in height. 3km from the shore, this wave is formed due to particular meterological conditions and the presence of a rocky shelf 15m beneath the surface of the ocean. It is also an ideal spot for scuba diving.
|MAX 10||10 cm | 3.9in||60h||4 wicks||1.35 kg|
|MAX 16||16cm | 6.3in||150h||4 wicks||2.2 kg|
|MAX 24||24cm | 9.45in||400h||5 wicks||5.0 kg|
|MAX 35||35cm | 13.8in||800h||7 wicks||10.0 kg|
Its perfume of sea salt, neroli and white musk will transport you to summer sweetness on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean.
For more details on the safety instructions go to the page The art of burning.
We are making every effort to process your orders as quickly as possible. Delivery to Belgium and the Netherlands will be made on the next available business day after your shipping confirmation. For parcels to other countries, delivery is usually made within 3 to 8 business days. For delivery to islands, please contact our customer service department.
Delivery is free for orders over €150 - £150 for the UK. For orders below this amount, please refer to the information below.
Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg & Germany - 7,5€
France (except DOM-TOM and Corsica) - 10€
United Kingdom - £15
Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Irland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain & Sweden - 12€
Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Greece & Romania - 18€
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