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Elegant, high-quality candles
Every single ester & erik candle is a small piece of genuine craftsmanship. A natural product that is beautiful to look at, made with care and produced from the purest wax available – nothing more, nothing less.

For more than 30 years, we have been using the same raw materials to create elegant candles of the highest quality which are 100% natural and which are always being tested to ensure they burn in the best possible way – for the benefit of users and environment alike.

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Ester & Erik Candles

Iconic Taper Candles


The classic taper candle was the very first candle to be dipped in our production, and even though this was more than 30 years ago, it continues to be our best-selling candle by far. The candle’s fine, pointed top has always made it unique – a distinctive feature from which it derives the elegant, slender look that distinguishes it as an ester & erik candle.

The taper candle is available in four different heights, allowing these classic candles to be mixed and matched in different sizes or used individually to suit all tastes.

Material

The candle is made of 100% pure fragrance-free paraffin wax from Europe’s leading producer. The candle is produced at our factory in Denmark, and the wick is made of 100% cotton.

Foot

The foot of the candle is conical in shape, which means that the candle fits most candle holders.

Self Extinguishing

The candle is self-extinguishing, so the flame dies out 2-3 centimeters from the bottom (however, we recommend to never leave lit candles unattended).

Extinguishing Guide

We recommend using a candle extinguisher to extinguish the candle. This avoids smoke, and ensures that the candle is completely extinguished, thus preventing the wick from smouldering. A candle extinguisher will completely extinguish the burning wick, so the wick remains intact.


For candles with a lacquer, gold or silver coating, it is important – after putting out the candle with an extinguisher – to remove the outermost layer of lacquer from the depression around the wick so that the candle can be relit without any difficulty.

Candle Burning Tips

To ensure that the candle burns in the best possible way, we recommend keeping the wick short, placing candles min. 10 cm apart, and avoiding placing candles in draughts or above a radiator.