The ever popular citronella range of candles from Prices, great for barbecues, summer evenings or just for pleasure
Price's Patent Candles Ltd. began manufacturing candles in 1830. By the end of the century the company was the largest maker of candles in the world. It made inexpensive stearine candles that burned almost as well as expensive beeswax candles and held 114 patents for its inventions.
Later the introduction of mass production enabled Price's to dominate the nightlight market.
Price's have a long and close association with the Royal Family from the time when the launch of their new composite candle coincided with the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Today it holds a Royal Warrant for Her Majesty The Queen. This special royal status means they supply candles for many Royal State occasions.
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Do not leave burning candles unattended.
Burn out of reach of children and pets.
Place holders on a surface that will not be damaged by heat.
Do not burn on a television or other warm place.
Tealights are suitable for lanterns or for holders which have holes in them as the tealight case will hold the wax as it melts.
Nighlights are suitable for lighting uses.
Do not use in food warmers or vaporisers.
Do not use in oil burners or lanterns where there is less than 8cm / 3 inches of space above the flame.
Always read and follow manufacturer's instructions supplied with candles and candle holders.