The shape is perfect and nothing came broken. The only problem is the color. The glass is not the beautiful seafoam green/ team pictured. It is dark green. When filled with white wax it appears to be the color of a Christmas Tree. I was expecting a more vibrant color.
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Bring the peace and tranquility of the beach into your candle line and home with our Coastal Collection. Inspired by sea glass, the Seafoam Tumbler Jar showcases one of the multitude of beautiful colors found at the shore. Also available in Teal and Sapphire Blue.
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When we received these, we were really disappointed. It wasn't the light/soft green typically accompanying the word 'seafoam,' or like it appears in the photo. It's a much deeper Christmasy green color. Even once we filled it with white wax, it didn't look like seafoam. We were so disappointed, and it was hard to sell our candles in them. Functionally, it works great, like the other straight sided tumblers...but just isn't that pretty light color we expected.
These jars are absolutely beautiful and have added elegance to my candle line! One arrived broken but I understand shipping isn’t always perfect.
The con though…wicking these are a pain! I use 6006 and per Candle Science, I needed an eco 8. Tested it and it was the worst tunneling and melt pool I’ve seen to date. Currently trying a eco 14, the hot throw is awesome but it’s still not reaching a full melt pool. I will have to try an eco 16 or try double wicking it.
I’m glad I test my candles but I do wish the wick recommendation was better.