ANST - Seeking Source For Pure Bees Wax

Timothy Rayburn timothy at
Mon Mar 26 10:57:19 PST 2001

I have two sources currently that will get me this price.  The first is
Craft Express at
which will give you 33lbs at 2.99 a pound currently on sale.

The other is out of Alvin, Texas
which will sell theirs at 50 pounds for 3.00/pound, which is a non-sale

Each is filtered blocks of Pure Bees Wax.

Timothy of Glastonbury

--- "Mark.S Harris" <mark.s.harris at> wrote:
> Timothy Rayburn wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone in the A&S community or otherwise might
> know
> > of a good source for Pure Bees Wax.  I am looking for a Bulk
> Purchase,
> > between 50 and 100 pounds depending on price per pound.
> > 
> > My best source currently has it at about $2.99 per pound.
> > 
> > Timothy of Glastonbury
> > Novice Candlemaker
> I think that is a very good price. Is this raw beeswax or has it been
> filtered some? I think the best price I've seen has been about
> $5/pound.
> I believe the two merchants who had beeswax at Gulf Wars were selling
> one pound blocks for $5 and $7.50.
> I'd like to hear more about your source, although I've still got my
> one-pound block (I think it was a pound, approx. 1 inch x 4 x 6). One
> of
> the reasons I haven't made something with it has been waiting for a
> project that was worth using my expensive beeswax for.
> You might try some of the sources in this file in the ANIMALS section
> of the Florilegium, but I doubt you'll beat your current price:
> bees-msg          (46K)  4/ 4/00    Period beekeeping.
> Since you mention candlemaking, these files in the HOME, SWEET HOME
> section might also be of interest:
> candles-msg       (79K)  4/12/00    Candle snuffers, making candles,
> wax, tallow
> candlesticks-msg  (22K)  4/21/99    Medieval candlesticks.
> The Florilegium is at:
> Stefan li Rous
> stefan at
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