Celtic Illumination, a history of how it started at the beginning
Celtic Knot Candles; a History.
Or how to become a master candle maker.
It was about half past four o clock in the afternoon.
I was injecting cocaine directly into my eyeballs, no; sorry, I wasn’t. I was having a cup of tea. A cup of tea, and probably a biscuit. I like biscuits especially plain ones. So, I was having a cup of tea and a biscuit. I was not injecting cocaine directly into my eyeballs, I mean, who injects cocaine at half past four in the afternoon?
Anyway, where was I? Oh yes. I was making patterns with this white powder. The sugar I had spilled on the table. I’m not a heathen. I make sure that I am wearing evening dress, and I mean tails with white tie, not a skirt. So I’m properly dressed, at the table, having a cup of tea and a biscuit when I had an idea.
I thought wouldn’t it be fantastic if I made a candle with a 10mm deep Celtic knot running all the way around it!
I know, it’s amazing the sort of ideas you can have when you are not injecting cocaine into your eyeballs.
So; that’s what I did.