Designed for torchlit processions and perfect to light up the garden to show walkways or to add illumination at your barbeque or garden party these Procession Torches or Garden Candles look fantastic… Read more...
Although you should always be very careful with naked flames nothing quite sets an atmosphere like good old fashioned fire. These items can be used as a hand held torch/flare often seen in night time processions or used as garden candles. They have a slow burn time of approximately 60 minutes and are made from a non-drip wax.
When used as a processional torch the products are used with a drip stopper (supplied) or if used in the garden as a garden candle or ‘flare’, they are simply pushed into soft ground by hand or using a mallet (remove the handle from the candle, insert into the ground & then place the candle back on the handle).
The candles are made from top quality materials including a non-drip wax – but please note that if used in windy conditions this can cause the wax to drip and the wax can drip when lighting. We do not recommend that these torches are used in windy conditions.
Benefits over traditional garden candles:
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Reviewed 29 June 2016 by sweeney
Nice for outdoor ceremonies or even just a bonfire with the kids.
Squeeze/crush the top to make them easier to light.
Reviewed 9 March 2016 by Peter
Really hard to light, Maybe there is a technique I missed. But we could not get them to work. A real let down
Reviewed 16 November 2015 by Neil Brawn
Used 40 these for bonfire night
Fantastic product burnt for about 1 hour
Reviewed 10 November 2015 by Sue
We lined a path down our garden for bonfire night. They looked magical. Took a while to light so many but lit from one burning really well or the fire pit they burnt wel even in the wind!
Reviewed 25 June 2015 by Richard Young
Bought the procession torches for a midsummer party. They burnt for about 2 hours (it was a still evening) and really helped to create a special atmosphere. Lots of positive comments from our guests and enquiries about where we'd got them from.