8 oz soy candle
Seal Salt . Darn Must . and Sandalwood
Titanic as a symbol of courage and resilience, earning the enduring moniker "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" for her heroic actions in assisting fellow passengers during the crisis. Molly Brown's presence on the Titanic was a testament to the ship's opulence, as she was one of the elite passengers traveling in first-class accommodations. In a striking twist of history, she rubbed shoulders with members of the Astor family, the epitome of Gilded Age wealth and social prominence. Caroline Astor, the doyenne of New York society, had long held sway over high-society circles, and her son, John Jacob Astor IV, was one of the richest men in the world at the time.