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  • Writer's pictureHinton Magazine

For her -Sweet, But Not So Innocent


Gifting for the ones you love this Valentine’s Day can be a mind field, saturated with the familiar sight of flowers, teddy bears, chocolates and bottles of fizz you don’t know where to turn to for something a little more out of the ordinary.


From the overwhelming supply of winter berries and spices scents surrounding the festive season. If your Valentine’s Day date struggles with over powering, heavily scented candles then the PyroPets from 54 Celsius provides the perfect alternative due to their fragrance free content. These PyroPets artistic, geometric animal sculptures simply yet significantly enrich the surroundings with their fantastic presence. So if a first date is on the cards, let your PyroPet take centre stage and conversation will soon ignite across the dinner table. Light the wick and watch this space as the profile of your animal begins to warp, the melting wax peels back to reveal a menacing flame and scorched aluminium skeleton.


Each  PyroPet offers a burning time of approximately 6-20 hours, plenty of time to accompany your Valentine’s Day plans. Made from paraffin wax, a cotton wick and an aluminium skeleton. Each candle offers a slightly different burning experience, which is why we would recommend placing your candle on a plate with a minimum diameter of 10 inches (25 cm) to contain the wax as it melts.


54 Celsius ensured versatility in each of their designs, incorporating a selection of colours to suit your interior. Whether that is minimalistic monochrome in a tinge of black, grey and white, soothing pastel hues of peach, mint and baby blue or a vivid wash of electric blue, red, lavender and yellow.


The PyroPet collection boasts over 8 different animals, all names in keeping the Icelandic roots of the brand. Such as Kisa (Cat), Bíbí (Bird), Hoppa (Rabbit), Ugla (Owl), Dýri (Deer), Dreki (Dragon) and Voffi (Dog). Each of the PyroPet candles are available to buy online for between £12.50-£27.00 from 54 Celsius.

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