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AVMÅLA Scented candle in glass, Crisp mint/dark green,

Price £ 5
Burning time: 50 hr

How to get it

What is the scent of home for you? AVMÅLA scented candle offers a crisp and clear experience of mint with hints of cedar. Welcome home to an energetic atmosphere inspired by wind and water.

Article Number205.024.11

Product details

A fresh scent of mint and green leaves with hints of cedar.

Suitable when you want to create an energetic atmosphere at home with inspiration from wind and water.

When the candle has burnt itself out, you can use the glass to store small things, put it on display or use it as a tealight holder.

At least 70% of the wax in this product is renewable rapeseed wax.


Ilse Crawford

  • Material
    Glass, Tinted clear lacquer
    rapeseed wax, paraffin wax
    Cotton and other cellulose based materials

    Handwash only.

    You easily remove hardened wax by washing the surface with warm water.

  • Never leave a burning candle unattended.Keep away from things that can catch fire.


Burning time: 50 hr

Diameter: 9.5 cm

Height: 9 cm

  • AVMÅLAArticle Number205.024.11

    Length: 9 cm

    Weight: 0.48 kg

    Diameter: 9 cm

    Package(s): 1


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What is rapeseed wax?

All candles in our range are good at creating a cosy atmosphere and we choose various materials so that we always end up with the best shape, function and quality. Rapeseed wax is well-suited for tealights or other candles in holders, and is made of oil from rapeseed – a versatile plant that paints the landscape yellow when it blooms. Using rapeseed is a natural result of our decision that all materials we use in our candles will be renewable or recycled by 2030.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“Design is an important part of sustainability since the lifespan of a product also depends on how much people love it. So when I designed the glass scented candle holder for IKEA, I wanted to make it so beautiful that people would not want to discard the holder after the candle burns out. I hope they keep it instead – and reuse it in new ways for a long time.”

Designer Ilse Crawford