Lancaster Artisan Underground:
Vintage 405 Candle Company

Throwback Vibes from Kim Reynolds

Owner of 405 Vintage Candle Co., Kim Reynolds, and her husband.Vintage 405 Candle Co.‘s founder and Lancaster, Ohio native Kimberly Reynolds is proud to offer a high-end unique collection of luxury candles poured into vintage and vintage inspired vessels. These candles not only smell amazing but are also uniquely sustainable.

Vintage 405 Candle Co.’s candles are hand poured in small batches with the highest grade 100% natural soy wax, cotton knitted wick that is wire free and triple scented with non-toxic fragrances. They feature a range of luxurious scents filling any room with a decadent aroma.

The candle vessels are hand chosen antique, vintage or vintage inspired pieces, each with a unique history and character. Customers can choose from a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, scents and designs to suit their individual tastes and décor styles. Vintage 405 Candle Co. offers refills for any of their purchased candles and custom order fills.

If you have a family heirloom or a sentimental vessel, Vintage 405 Candle Company can turn it into a beautiful glow of candlelight for you to enjoy in a new way! They can also make candles for any special occasion such as: weddings, baby showers, bridal showers and more!

Customers may experience Vintage 405 Candle Co. and pick up the perfect gift at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio, The Georgian Museum Gift Shop, Keller Market House, The Henry Manor Gift Shop or Paloma Spiritual Salon all located in Lancaster, Ohio.

Candles may also be purchased online. Vintage 405 Candle Company attends many pop-up shops, farmers markets and market shows. Visit their Facebook page or Instagram page  for upcoming dates.

For custom orders, refills or questions, email Kimberly Reynolds.


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Stephanie Warino

By Stephanie Warino

Stephanie Warino contributes to the Lancaster Herald's Artisan Series, spotlighting central Ohio creative small business. Formerly in environmental science and management consulting, Steph now owns The Henry Wedding Venue in Lancaster with husband Charlie. She started 310 Soap Company, dedicated to producing small-batch, clean skincare.