Free Domestic Economy Shipping Above $175 - Shipping Automatically Upgraded @ $300+ - Weekly Product Launches Tues, Thurs, & Sat
Hollow Tree - Prospector Candle
We chose Hollow Tree because of the story. We found an instant connection with Tobias and her love for nature. Her work in conservation will never be forgotten, and her legacy in Hollow Tree will forever carry on. The scents will blow your mind enveloping you not just with aroma, but relevance to a time and place. Below are the words of the legend who created these masterful candles. From package to product, these are the best candles we've ever seen.
A wild interlude. The prospector would set out to travel through the peaks and valleys of British Columbia. Across the white pass, meandering the icy streams of the Mackenzie Mountains seeking the last frontier. Dawson City. Where the mountains are nameless and the woods loom with the shadows, and the rivers run with gold. The prospector seeks adventure. Yearns to explore as she is drawn to the call of the wild.
Prospector: bay leaves | juniper | balsam resin | oakmoss
1871: Hollow Tree’s 1871 series evokes the scents during an era of the 1800s where the pioneers and prospectors trekked throughout British Columbia arriving from San Francisco on their way to the Klondike where tales of mountains of gold awaited them. Where lumberjacks toiled from dawn to dusk, and the Raven graced the skies as a ghost upon the forest floors, while Voyageurs paddled their canoes to Hudson Bay Forts with trading goods such as tobacco. This province was becoming what we know today, Beautiful British Columbia.
BC joined the confederation in 1871. Ushered in by our Father of Confederation: Amor De Cosmos, Amor negotiated that British Columbia would join the Dominion of Canada only if the Railroad was built to the Pacific Ocean. The Railroad was paramount and historical for the Dominion of Canada and it took 10 years to reach the Pacific Ocean. Amor was a pioneer in that he also created the first forestry, farming, and fisheries policies in 1872. Our first land-use and environmental policy.