Ammonite Fossil Rock Candle - 1 wick
Ammonite fossil from Africa
Ammonites were predatory mollusks that resembled squid. These cephalopods had eyes, tentacles, and spiral shells. They are more closely related to a living octopus, though the shells resemble that of a nautilus. Ammonites first appearing in the fossil record 240 million years ago, descending from straight shelled cephalopods. The last lineages disappeared 65 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous.
The Ammonite is a very powerful earth healing fossil. Its spiral shape symbolizes continual change and evolution. Ammonites have absorbed cosmic energy over eons of time and help to stimulate the life force (Chi) within. Ammonites are often used for activating Kundalini and life path energies.
How to use your Forever Rock Candle:
Simply remove the brass tube and wick.
Slowly fill the reservoir with 3 - 4 funnels full of lamp oil, 3 - 4 hours of burn time
Use Ultra Pure Paraffin Lamp Oil for indoors (available Ace Hardware, Hobby Lobby, Online)
Citronella tiki oil for outdoor to keep the bugs away
See our Frequently asked questions for adding scents to your candle
Bring the brass tube to the end of the wick, replace the wick and brass tube, keep wick very low for burning inside (1/4" or less showing) wick can be burned higher for outside use for a larger flame less likely to blow out in the wind
Once the oil is gone, your candle will go out naturally or blow it out when done. Add more oil the next time you want to use it.
Do not trim the wick, it is fiberglass and will not burn away
* Never Leave Candle Burning Unattended *
Each Rock Candle is Hand Crafted, unique in size, shape and beauty
Each Candle will come with a funnel for filling your candle and instructions
Can be used indoors and outdoors
Made from natural stone and rock
Quality workmanship and artistry
All of our candles are hand tested for safety and quality
*Please note each rock candle is one a kind, for pictures of current inventory or to pick out your specific rock candle please contact Patti (928) 231-0195 firstname.lastname@example.org