The city of Charlotte was once two Native American trading paths between the Yadkin and Catawba rivers. One path ran north–south and was part of the Great Wagon Road; the second path ran east–west along what is now Trade Street. Within decades of Polk's settling, the area grew to become "Charlotte Town", incorporating in 1768. The crossroads, perched atop the Piedmont landscape, became the heart of Uptown Charlotte. This candle is a nod to Charlotte's origins.
Sweetgrass is a herb often used by Native Americans. This fragrance oil captures the scent perfectly giving feelings of a fall meadow at your nose. It is sweet and hypnotic with a green freshness.