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Large 30cl Opaque Gloss Black Cambridge Base (Externally Painted)

More stock arriving late August (tbc)
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NOTE: There are significant delays with deliveries via Royal Mail (7-10 working days to most areas and 10-15 working days to London) and Parcelforce (4-5 working days, longer at times) due to COVID-19. 

Cambridge, large curved base glassware externally painted in opaque black to provide a touch of class.

  • A candle makers staple, enabling a high quality finish.
  • A sleek and clean design, suitable for a wide range of candle customers.
  • A heavy and robust base for safe production and use.

 Moulded, not hand blown. By moulding rather than hand blowing glass, the Cambridge Base benefits from a thicker wall - increasing hardiness and reducing the risk of breakage.

Curved base. With its curved, rather than flat base, the Base enables candle makers to produce aesthetically pleasing result, with a clear point of difference. Popular amongst candlemakers.

Owing to its resilient nature and design, the Cambridge Base has become a ‘base of choice’ amongst many candle makers across Europe.

***Please note the price shown is for the base only, the lids are sold separately***

Large Cambridge Candle Base

Wax Quantity: Approx. 284 grams

Glass Weight: 401 grams

Recommended Wick: HTP 126 (Soy Wax)

Burn Time: Approx. 48 Hours (Soy Wax)

Dimensions: 85mm dia. x 100mm high (83mm internal dia. & 15mm base) Please note: The wick recommendation is a guide only. Some fragrance and wax combinations may require a smaller or larger wick size.

Personal wick testing will be required to ensure the most appropriate wick for your candle.

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