The Anna candle is inspired by Dutch MIstress painter Anna Ruysch 1666 - 1741. Anna is the younger sister of Dutch Mistress Rachel Ruysch. Unlike her sister, Anna painted as a hobby and not as a profession. LIke most seventeeth-century artists, she rarely signed her work. Anna's painting "Still Life of Flowers in Glass Vase on a Stone Table" hangs at the Krannert Art Museum at the Univ. of Illinois, my alma mater. The Anna label is my interpretation of this painting.
Notes: white currant, lemon grass, orange, geranium, peppermint
First time lighting candle, allow candle to burn until the liquid wax covers the entire top of the candle. This breaking in process insures that it will perform better and more evenly throughout the life of the candle.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Keep wicks trimmed to 1/4 inch. If you notice a large flame during burning, blow out the candle & trim the wick before re-lighting.
Place burning candle on heat resistant surface.
Never move a candle while hot or burning.
Blow out the candle if jar becomes excessively hot. Keep out of drafts.
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Never burn for more than 3 hours at a time.
Stop use when only 1/4" of wax remains.