Willow Brass Lidded Candle
This unique soy candle combines oriental spices, clove buds and smooth vanilla. Meeraboo's exclusive triple scented Willow is the perfect mix of woods and spice.
Handcrafted in the heart of Central West NSW, Meeraboo candles are made with 100% natural soy wax and housed in a reusable glass jar topped with a brushed brass lid. The lid is designed to be used as a base for the lit candle to keep furniture cool.
The double wick of the candle will ensure it burns cleanly and evenly, lasting the full 40 hours.
Things to Know
Size: 270 grams and 40+ hours
Material: 100% soy wax, glass vessel with brass lid
Made in: Canowindra, NSW
Shipping: $13 flat rate shipping. Free shipping over $200
The Story Behind It
Meeraboo are a family owned business based in Canowindra NSW. Run by mum (and dairy farmer) Deb and daughters Danni and Jess, Meeraboo candles combine scents inspired by everything they love - simple, beautiful things.
While working full time at the dairy, Deb has been known to make candles into the wee hours of the morning - constantly looking for new ways to improve Meeraboo. These beautiful candles are preservative and petroleum free, environmentally friendly, vegan, non-toxic. They are lovingly hand-poured in small quantities to ensure consistency and quality. Everything is made by hand, right down to the labelling and packaging.
The name Meeraboo originates from the family's love of rabbits. Danni and Jess' little brother coined the term Meeraboo (a combination of the words meerkat, rabbit, kangaroo) due to their rabbit's unique personalities and posture.
Buy From the Bush
This product is part of our curated 'buy from the bush' campaign. We developed this collection to provide long-term support to rural communities and those affected by the 2019-20 bushfires.
By stocking their products we can buy in larger quantities, take care of the marketing and shipping, and reach a wider audience than they are able.
When you buy a product from this collection, know that you're making a real difference in rural Australians' lives.