• Image of Large candle in terracotta pot by PF Candle Co
  • Image of Large candle in terracotta pot by PF Candle Co
  • Image of Large candle in terracotta pot by PF Candle Co
  • Image of Large candle in terracotta pot by PF Candle Co
  • Image of Large candle in terracotta pot by PF Candle Co

These beautiful soy candles from P.F. Candle Co. are hand-poured into neutral blush terracotta vessels. Each pot is lightly glazed and breathable enough to house a plant (for great re-use after you've enjoyed your candle. The terracotta will age and take on a unique patina throughout the life of the candle. Made with plant-derived fragrance oils, 100% soy wax, and cotton-core wicks. The 17.5 oz Terra vessel features a southwestern American inspired designed, created by the Los Angeles ceramic artist Gopi Shah.

For larger spaces like living rooms and bedrooms. Burns time: 75-85 hours. 4.25" in diameter and 3.5" in height.

Choose from the following scents:

Olive:
Scent Profile - cedarwood, cypress, orange, earthy galbanum, and olive oil. Robust and uplifting
Qualities - warming, grounding, encourages peace of mind
Inspired by - warm summers in Los Angeles, tranquility among olive tree groves

Rosemary:
Scent Profile - Moroccan Rosemary, sage, thyme, and parsley. Herbaceous and woody.
Qualities - stimulating, healing, improves memory
Inspired by - friends gathered on the patio, fresh baked focaccia

P.F. Candle Co. is a Los Angeles-based fragrance company owned and operated by wife-and-husband team Kristen Pumphrey and Thomas Neuberger. They aim to make life smell better.

How to use!
-Trim that wick! Before lighting, trim your candle wick to 1/4".
-Allow the wax to melt to the edges of the jar each burn to prevent pooling. This is especially important for our 12.5 oz Large Candles and 17.5 oz Large Terra Candles.
-Safety first: never leave a candle burning unattended, and don't burn for more than 4 hours at a time.
-Stop burning your candle when only 1/4" of wax remains.
-Once the candle's gone, reuse it! Clean it out and you've got a new planter or pencil holder – or whatever you want.