Most of my concrete work with candles involves building a box or shade of sorts around an ordinary votive or tea light. This was an attempt, like the Concrete & Glass Oil Candle, in order to create a casting that would be more than just a shade.
The candle was cast in two parts, with a hidden glass well in the lower portion and a glass tube containing a fiberglass wick in the upper portion.
This casting is notable because it was done very early, predating almost all of the stained glass work. It was the first time I didn't chamfer the edges of the mold to allow for an easy de-mold. All edges are for the most part, ninety degrees.
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