Candles Short Pencil x4 pack
Use this small white candle from House Doctor to create an intimate yet classic Christmas atmosphere. This design is ideal if you want to use actual candles on your Christmas tree instead of those with batteries. Or use a few small candles with candle holders in your windowsill or coffee table.
Size: h: 13 cm, dia: 1.3 cm
Material: Paraffin, Stearic, Wax
Specifications: Burning time: 3 hours
Order processing times
Our orders are processed within 1-2 business days. During seasonal times like Christmas, order processing can take up to 4 business days. We appreciate your patience as we preapre your order.
We ship from our shop in Putney, Greater London, SW15 1NH. We currently only ship to the UK, due to Brexit rules and regulations, and
you can expect your order to arrive within 3-5 days.
- Orders under £50 will be charged £3.95 for shipping.
- Orders over £50 will have free shipping.
Local Pick up
We currently offer free pick up at our location in Putney. At check out select the 'Pick up in-store' option. After you have received your email confirmation, you will receive a second email once the order is ready for collection. Expect it to be ready in 1-2 days. You can also choose a date you would like to collect it.
Orders collected in store will have no shipping cost added, no matter the value of the order.
Please read about our returns policy here.
About the Brand
House Doctor is a new Danish classic - Nordic Design at its best. The focus is on the smallest details of the everyday, with versatile designs to help put a personal signature to your home. The wide range of home furnishings and interior decorating has something for every taste, all designed in Mid-Jutland.
House Doctor is a family run business, formed in 2001 by the two sisters, Rikke Juhl Jensen and Gitte Juhl Capel, and their brother, Klaus Juhl Pedersen. They all share a creative gene and a belief in the fact that beautiful interiors enhance your passion for life.
"Our style is provocative, personal, and informal. We believe that the time is right for mixing elements rather than trying to match them all up"