Brass Hand-poured Jasmine Candle

Turquoise Mountain


This Turquoise Mountain candle features the natural and delicate scents of Gardenia, Jasmine and Lavender. 'When you walk through Amman's hills in the summer you will smell and see what makes this city: the jasmine flower in its many colours.' Bring this native candle into your home or gift this impactful piece to a loved one. Each candle is hand-poured into a hand-hammered brass holder crafted by local makers who honour the traditions of this heritage craft.

  • Scent: Gardenia, Jasmine and Lavender 
  • Dimensions: ⌀80 x H85 mm
  • Materials: Brass and hand-poured candle, oil finish
  • Burn Time: approx. 55-65 hours
  • Vegan
  • Handmade in Jordan by HRH Prince of Wales founded Turquoise Mountain 
  • Complimentary shipping:
    • On purchases over $150 in the US + Canada 
    • On purchases over $300 for International orders 

Orders will be dispatched in 2-3 working days.

  • For addresses in Canada, tracked postage takes 2-3 business days.
  • International shipping is available to all destinations. For Canada estimated delivery is 3-5 business days, and for the rest of the world 5-12 business days.
  • Millie is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Complimentary shipping:
    • On purchases over $150 in the US + Canada 
    • On purchases over $300 for International orders

We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 14 days of receipt of delivery.

Clean using a dry cloth and avoid exposure to liquids.

Meet the Maker

Turquoise Mountain

Turquoise Mountain Jordan aims to preserve ancient techniques through their training programmes and collaborations with local and international designers. This collection is handmade in the Turquoise Mountain workshop by master artisans and apprentices and produces jewellery collections with artisans in Afghanistan, Myanmar and Jordan.

The Inspiration

Jewellery is one of the most revealing art forms - it tells us how people view themselves and what they value in the world. In the Levant, it has a very long and rich history dating back to the 3rd millennium B.C. Among the oldest examples of jewellery are those found in Queen Pu-abi’s tomb at Ur in Sumer, now called Tall al-Muqayyar in Iraq. Sumerian jewellery has inspired much of the forms that have been developed since. Although its making techniques have somewhat changed since the time of the Sumerians, many have remained unchanged.

The Impact

Since 2006, Turquoise Mountain has restored over 150 historic buildings, trained over 15,000 artisans, treated over 165,000 patients at our Kabul clinic, and supported and generated over $17 million in sales of traditional crafts to international clients, including Kate Spade and London’s Connaught Hotel. Turquoise Mountain has also curated major international exhibitions at museums around the world, from the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha to the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C.

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