This 5.5" bottle is the 1884 "hair fertilizer" tonic of The Seven Sutherland Sisters, a rags-to-riches singing group—all with hair down to their waists—who became the It Girls of the 1880s. They performed at the World's Fair, with Barnum & Bailey, and lived the high life in the mansion they had built on their folks' old turkey farm in upstate NY...biking around in bathing suits, dressing their dogs in elaborate fashions. If a man wanted to marry into the family — well, he had to move in. Because they knew the sister's hood is the best hood.
It's a popular gift among sisters and friends, sent with gift wrapping and personalized messages throughout the U.S.
These handmade 100% beeswax candles are made in the shape of vintage bottles, cast from one-of-a-kind molds using liquid silicone. Because I’m also a journalist, I enjoy researching the bottles’ histories, and tag each candle with its fascinating backstory. In addition to smelling richly, sweetly natural, beeswax candles burn cleaner than petroleum-based paraffin, and help neutralize toxins in the air.