Neighbor's Fig Tree Travel Candle
Neighbor's Fig Tree, with notes of fig leaves, dandelion, & cedar. An ode to the glorious abundance of fig trees in Brooklyn.
"Potted fig trees thriving on patios in Park Slope. Fig trees tucked in postage-stamp yards in Dyker Heights. Fig trees spreading out regally in gardens in Bay Ridge. They were especially abundant in Carroll Gardens, where everyone with a spare foot of soil grew a lush tree that bore enough fruit to share with friends and relatives." - Italy to Brooklyn, Fig by Fig (New York Times)
About the collection: Catbird presents candles, some old, some new, all, a quixotic love letter to our quixotic city.
Not available for international shipping.
- 4 oz of domestically grown soy wax
- approx 20 hour burn time
Our candles are free of additives, dyes, phthalates, or oil-based petroleum products, and are made and poured just for us in upstate New York. Entirely vegan and animal-testing free.
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