Stripes, Stripes, Stripes

April 29, 2011

Ana’s Striped Candles first shipped out to customers in 1994, and they proudly remain the leader in the stripe design they created. The original Striped Taper was designed by the company’s founder Frank Weeden and was the first of its kind, transforming a common household necessity into a sensuous canvass of alternating color. Sometimes, the simplest ideas produce the most extraordinary results… The perfect symmetry, smooth finish, and deep richness of these inlaid stripes make Ana Candles everything they are today. Each season, sumptuous new palettes are selected to reflect the latest trends and delight candle lovers around the world. Ana Candles are truly a design classic and the perfect choice for decorating, celebrating, and gift giving.

In the early years, molding stripes into their candles was meticulous and painstaking, and it took years of development to achieve the quality standards and production capabilities of today.  Candles are machine-made with special equipment designed and built right in their factory along with the handwork that is still part of the process.  Each candle is a tribute to true craftsmanship and manufacturing ingenuity.  Ana Design Corp. is a family owned company and candles are proudly made in Trenton, New Jersey.

Available at Surroundings and other fine retailers.

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One Response to “Stripes, Stripes, Stripes”


  1. SPEAKING OF CANDLES…YOU SPARKED A NEW FIRE IN ME TO SEARCH FOR THE UMPTEENTH TIME FOR THE JEFF LEATHEM VOODOO ROSE CANDLE. SO I TRIED TO SEARCH FOR IT OUTSIDE THE USA AND IN THE UK AT HARROD’S. THIS IS WHAT I FOUND. CHECK OUT: http://WWW.HARRODS.COM AND SEARCH CANDLES. ALTHOUGH, I LOVE TOM FORD, HE HAS A CANDLE THAT LOOKS ENCASED IN A HOLDER SIMILAR TO LEATHEM’S VOODOO ROSE. FORD’S CANDLE IS CALLED “PRIVATE BLEND TUSCAN LEATHER CANDLE.” SEE FOR YOURSELF AND TELL ME IF YOU AGREE.
    SO ME QUEST CONTINUES. LATER…


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