These 10-inch gold sparklers are popular with children and adults alike and are perfect for any occasion, whether it’s a bonfire night party, wedding or Diwali celebration. They can also provide an extra source of revenue at organised events and are ideal for a great photo opportunity at weddings. Sparklers are recommended for use by children over 5 years old.
Our pack of 200 Gold 10″ Sparklers is a very popular product for any occasion. From Diwali to weddings, Bonfire Night to Birthday parties. And brings a whole new level of entertainment to gatherings. These sparklers offer a stunning display of strong gold sparks lasting up to 40 seconds. Perfect for photo opportunities.
Our 200 Gold 10″ Sparklers may also be excellent for photography and art courses. Whether you like to write your name, make shapes or just watch the sparkles. Sparklers can be a lot of fun.
To ensure safety, never give sparklers to children under five and always wear gloves when handling. Light sparklers one at a time, holding them at arm’s length, and avoid waving them near others. And please remember that all young children will need supervision. Dispose of all spent sparklers in a bucket of water or sand to avoid potential burns, as they can remain very hot even after they’ve gone out.
Using sparklers can be a fun and exciting activity, but they can also be dangerous. However, by following these simple guidelines, you can safely enjoy the magic and wonder of our sparklers at any event.
Sparklers, which are now popular party favors, had a much darker past as they were initially created as a weapon. Callinicos of Heliopolis, an ancient Greek architect, invented the first sparkler around 670 AD. He developed a hand-held firework weapon known as a cheirosiphon, which shot flames towards enemy ships. This early sparkler was also called Greek Fire and was designed to fend off incoming vessels.
The modern sparkler originated in Germany around 1850, intentionally created and named wunderkerzen. This version consisted of a wire coated in gunpowder. By the turn of the 19th century, sparklers had evolved.