candlemaker


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Noun1.candlemaker - a person who makes or sells candles
chandler - a maker (and seller) of candles and soap and oils and paints
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You can also easily add a touch of style to your contemporary living room or bedroom with candles made by French candlemaker Cire Trudon.
Fashion designer Marc Jacobs and high-end candlemaker Char Defrancesco know this.
Every Saturday the Candlemaker Pub in Battersea hosts a "steamy" bottomless bingo brunch featuring a tea lady who goes by the name of Tina Turner.
With education fees now often costing a small fortune, proud mum Melanie Clarke, a candlemaker, adds: "Bethany didn't want to go to drama school if she could do it without.
Victoria Street and the adjacent Candlemaker Row are beautiful split-level cobbled streets and are thought to be JK's inspiration for Diagon Alley, the cobblestoned wizarding alley and shopping area from the book.
In Edinburgh, the church of the Observant Franciscans, at the top of Candlemaker Row, has morphed into the familiar Greyfriars Kirk; the family of William of Touris, for its part, owned the tenement at the corner of the street, where it debouches into the Grassmarket.
US-based fragrance creator Thymes has merged with US-based candlemaker DPM Fragrance to create bath, body and home fragrance market platform CURiO, the company said.
17 August 2016 - US-based fragrance creator Thymes has merged with US-based candlemaker DPM Fragrance to create bath, body and home fragrance market platform CURiO, the company said.
She wanted to put that scent into a candle for her customers to burn in their homes, so she worked with a local candlemaker to create the candle that's now known as "The Hardware Store."
The 31-year-old woman got into the car in busy Candlemaker Row in Edinburgh city centre around 3.30am.
Look to the fashion crowd's favourite candlemaker, Diptyque, for a long-lasting heavenly scent.
The bronze statue in Edinburgh's Candlemaker Row has developed a shiny nose and moustache after thousands of people rubbed it for luck.