Victory, or Death Candle


“Victory, or Death.”

Prior to crossing the Delaware River on Christmas night in an effort to catch Hessian forces off guard, General Washington challenged his troops with the famous and inspiring words “Victory, or death.” The ensuing Battle of Trenton would result in a small yet crucial victory for the Continental Army.

The front of the candle is adorned with the Washington flag featuring 13 stars, which flew above his camp headquarters tent.

Once the candle has been fully burned, clean out the jar and reuse it! The beautiful wood lid makes for a great decorative storage vessel.

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Weight 18 oz
Designed In

Pennsylvania, USA


Glass, Soy Blend Wax, Wood

Candle Size



Liberty & Co. candles are inspired by real American Revolution and Colonial 18th Century history. We’ve spent countless hours researching each theme to find unique, historically significant details on which to blend a particular fragrance. Whether the scent you choose is reminiscent of the home of a Founding Father, the site of a Revolutionary War event, or reflective of an historical American symbol, we hope that our candles will bring these locales to you.

All of our candles are made from plant-based soy wax, and hand-poured in small batches. 



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