In her 27-year history of writing, Martha Moore Ballard recorded over nine thousand daily entries in her diary. She was a midwife, medical recorder, and candle maker in late 18th-century
Martha would probably recommend that you put your feet up today and enjoy the warm glow and unique scents of one of our best-selling 1803 candles.
Apple Butter House: Nanny puts up her apple butter for the season (apples, butter & clove).
Apple Dumplings: a harvest of apple dumplings with cinnamon and sugar – get at least one of these!
Banana Walnut Cake: the irresistible aroma of mom's walnut cake, with a hint of sweet bananas and spice. Just like anything made with love, this scent is a memory.
Believe: Believe in faith, Believe in hope, Believe in love.....red hot cinnamon scent.
Biscuits & Honey: At the harvest table, everyone gathers.....1803's blend of pastry, vanilla and honey butter.
Buttered Rum: Soft and smooth....buttered rum will sure to be one of your favorites! A warm mixture of dark rum blended with butter, sugar and cloves.
Christmas at the Farm: Once in a while, I remember the good ole' days and Christmas at the farm (Maple toffee and cinnamon muffins).
Cider Mill: a refreshing blend of green apples, straight from the cider mill, mixed with spices and the crisp scent of a perfect fall day.
Cookies for St. Nick: (seasonal) this is the fastest way to get on the “Good” list with St. Nick. This candle fills the room with the scent of snickerdoodle cookies - without the calories!
Cornbread and Honey: this year-round scent is a kitchen favorite. Hints of cornbread and honey set a welcoming tone for any room.
Cranberry Cupboard: cranberry and cinnamon have always been friends. Here they combine to create a wonderful story for the nose.
Farmhouse: there’s always one flavor of scented candle that you’re tempted to taste. With vanilla, caramel and chocolate notes, the Farmhouse Candle feels a bit like dessert.
Farm Pantry: Welcome to the farm....this wonderful scent of vanilla will make you think of pure sweet cream churning in the farm pantry.
Friendship: this is the candle you buy for a friend and then decide to keep. This top seller is a beautiful blend of spices and warm piecrust. Buy two so that you can actually give one away.
Grandma's Kitchen: she would step to the cupboard and get everything she needed for baking. The fresh oatmeal cookie aroma sets the scene for you. Ultra cute granny not included.
Grandpa's Trees: the pure smell of papa’s pine trees is a memory window. This light pine aroma is rich enough to make you feel the breeze on that lazy summer afternoon of childhood.
Grated Cinnamon: this popular and mysterious spice cinnamon was used in ancient
Hearthcakes: Fresh cakes to keep warm by the hearth.....1803's snickerdoodle.
Home Sweet Home: this distinctive scented candle puts vanilla bean, spices and plump juicy raisins under one roof. Perfect for a gathering room or den.
Lemon Drop Cookies: an enticing mix of sugar cookies and zesty lemon. This candle fills the room with homemade goodness!
Maple Sugar House: the maple butter is just a boil'in in the old shack out back... Gina's personal favorite!
Mistletoe Kisses: (seasonal) light this candle and watch the kissing start! Absolutely the BEST everygreen tree smell you will ever enjoy!
Mom's Kitchen: creamy caramel meets a hint of spice. The beautiful result is a warm and welcoming aroma.
Nutmeg & Vanilla: Grated nutmeg and vanilla beans...everyone's favorite!
Olde Dough Bowl: some dough for baking, a cinnamon stick, clove and spicy rosehips for contrast … strike a match and enjoy the ambiance.
Perfect Pumpkin: pumpkin and spice are seasonal favorites. This candle celebrates the harvest and the longer nights of winter.
Pine Needles and Berries: (seasonal) a medley of seasonal spices and aromas, including pine, cranberry, and orange.
Pumpkin Cornbread: (seasonal) Nannies recipe book told us to add a pinch of honey to this perfect cornbread candle.
Pumpkin Hollow: (seasonal) the blend is rich pumpkin and cinnamon crunch. The effect is pure holiday and the gathering of friends and family.
Simply Clean: That fresh, clean laundry just in from the clothes line smell...that's what you will get with the Simply Clean Candle!
Sleigh Bells and Snowflakes: (seasonal) vanilla bean noel and peppermint spend the winter together. As always, there is the ringing of sleigh bells and the sound of laughter muted by the snow.
Southern Welcome: in a welcome worthy of the south, the ladies make Marmalade Bundt Cake for newcomers. This marvelous and best-selling candle makes a great gift year round.
Spice Box: every kitchen is a place to prepare food. Somehow, your kitchen is much more. Ground cinnamon, clove buds, nutmeg, and all spice make the Spice Box candle the perfect signature for the room of nourishment and nourishing conversations.
Village Mercantile: All the things you find at the village mercantile….cinnamon maple crunch.
Vintage Lilac: The fresh smell of lilacs reminds me of a walk among papa's trees.
Winter Nights: (seasonal) Flannel sheets, woolens and a cozy chair by the fire, this is crème brulee at it's best!
Wood Stove Pie: A tin pan holds a flaky crust with creamy custard and spices…
Yuletide Cinnamon: (seasonal) Another best Christmas seller! Fresh boughs drape from the buttermilk cupboard….bakery cinnamon with a little pine.