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Welcome to the Hive
Welcome to Queen B and our world of pure Australian beeswax candles... hand-made with care for you and your environment.
Queen B candles are individually made from 100% pure Australian beeswax and pure cotton wick. They are free from paraffin, soy, palm, fragrances and scents. Read more about why on the pages under the Why Beeswax menu in the top banner.
Treat yourself, your environment and the people you love with the natural honey aroma and pure golden light of pure Australian beeswax candles from Queen B.
"I love the new Tiffany inspired range!" from M Owens
Hi ladies at the hive, I love the new Tiffany inspired range!
201104 - Peninsula Living Apr 2011
In its 1823 debut, the Sydney Royal Easter Show’s main feature was merely a selection of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry. This year, the show has ballooned to be Australia’s largest event and will boast not only over 14,000 animals, but also feats like sword swallowing, hypnotism and mid-air back-flipping by motocross bikers.
Paraffin is a toxic, waste product from petroleum refining. This greyish-black sludge is bleached with 100% pure bleach (the bleach used in laundries is about 10%), creating billions of tonnes of dioxins. The discovery of paraffin revolutionised candle-making because it was cheap and readily available. It still is.
Reversible Brass Egg Candleholder from Cate Burton at 10:06pm on 22 March
Our new Reversible Brass Egg Candleholderis in this category. It really is just extraordinarily beautiful. Made from solid brass, it is weighty and substantial. It is designed to be used with our Bee Lights or Thinsin to top or you can turn it upside down and use 12cm Beeswax Tapers in the bottom.
La Rochere - Napoleonic Bee Mug x 6
In 1475, Simon de Thysac founded a glass-works at La Rochère, France.
In 2010, Queen B discovered the La Rochere bee range of glassware and fell in love! I'm sure you will agree that for this quality of glassware, which continues to be made in France, their prices are extraordinarily reasonable.