Ceramic Candle Pot


Sarah has been working so hard on creating refill candles! These stunning ceramic candle pots are designed to be reused with their especially designed refill candles. Hand thrown by local ceramics artists you can delight in the knowledge that each piece is unique. Enjoy the natural lines, curves and colour variations that give each one a distinct personality of its own.

With neutral colour tones to suit any home décor, these beautiful ceramics are designed to be kept and re-used long after your first candle has been burned. I particularly love that the refill candles are designed to take the shape of the ceramic pot once lit so they don’t feel like a refill. And when your candle is finished, just pop in a new candle from Sarah and start again – maybe try a new scent?!

The refill candles are so easy to use. Simply place your used pot in a dish of warm water. After a couple of minutes the remaining wax will soften. Remove the wax with a paper towel and wash your pot in warm soap and water. It’s now ready to refill, relight, enjoy…and repeat!

Sarah prides herself on simplicity and sustainability. She is passionate about bringing you beautiful fragrances to fill your home while finding ways to reduce waste and create products that will last.

Each ceramic pot arrives in its own organic cotton drawstring bag to keep your ceramic candle pot clean and safe.

Shipping Countries: United Kingdom (UK)

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Returns and exchanges accepted on unused and unopened products within 14 days of receiving your order.

Return postage to be covered by the customer.




Sarah has always loved scented candles. To her, they have a calming effect and create a focal point in a very busy family home (and help to mask the smell of her five dogs). However, she used to feel frustrated that many scented candles either didn't smell strong enough or burnt unevenly. So she decided to make her own from her Surrey studio!

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