In England bayberry wax was refined for use in making candles. The earliest dipped candles were made of tallow. Not until the early 1800's was paraffin made to replace tallow as the main ingredient for candlemaking.
A form of candles were used in China as early as 300 BC. Professional candle makers began plying that trade in 13th century Europe.
I think Gearges Bunnot who invented candles also invented the scented candles.
candles were invented to light up the houses of the colonists
Someone invented candles
The first candles were made by whale fat by the Chinese.
they were invented in the 1990's.
To shine a light in darkness.
They used candles, lots & lots of candles.
hmm..not me.. LOL =P
No,they invented candles.
candles and fire torches
The earliest known candles were made from whale fat in China during the Qin Dynasty in 221-206 BCE. The first scented candles were made in India from cinnamon.
Keely Ersland, 17-year-old invented the first candle ever made. :)
He basically invented electricity, and he invented the light bulb. If it weren't for him we would still be using candles.
No they did not as electricity was not invented back then. They used candles or wood for light and heat. =)
yes because they didn't have to light candles anymore
in 1986 christmas lights were invented
Oil lamps where used. Candles were also used.
They just needed electricity in their house because a lot of candles and lanterns started fire back then. So that's why they were invented
The first candles were found in China around 200 BC, and were made from whale fat. Paraffin, which is the waxy substance used for candles today, was first distilled in 1830.
Candles. kerosine lamps, gas lamps were popular in cities
People used candles made of animal fat.
we would proboly still have candles for light and we would be healthier
The collective nouns for candles are a pair of candles or a mint of candles.