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Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade


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Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade

Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade


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Our Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade reaches the dizzy heights of over 70 feet in the skies. Firing 175 shots of thick glittering gold brocade tails to red stars, blue pearls and purple tips for a duration of 35 seconds.

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  1. Low noise

    Mr Potter

    A lovely low noise candle, reaching a good height with brightly coloured stars.

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Our Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade reaches a dizzy height of over 70 feet. While firing 175 shots of thick glittering gold brocade tails. With scarlet red stars. Followed by bright blue pearls. And wonderful purple tips. While this parade candle has a duration of 35 seconds. Additionally, this great quality category 2 roman candle is an excellent low noise option. With a sound rating of two out of ten. Also containing 119gm of net explosive content. Although Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade is low noise. This roman candle firework would look amazing at any event or display. In addition, this roman candle has a safety distance of 8 meters. For your spectators. Thus making this roman candle a great garden firework. With wonderful effects and colour.


Roman candles fireworks like Brocade Crown with Colour Tip Parade. Are often just called ‘candles’. While these fireworks burn gently for a while. periodically shooting out stars, comets or similar effects. And are always a great addition to a firework display. And when it comes to lighting your roman candle. To begin with, make sure that it is secure. And that there is no risk of it falling over. While then remember that the fuse is the most susceptible part of the firework.

So with that in mind leave exposing the fuse. Until approximately 10 minutes before firing. Or longer if possible if it is raining. Also once the fuse has been lit. If this fails to set the roman candle firework. Then do not go back to it. While leaving it for at least 15 minutes. Although we recommend 60 minutes. Then place the firework into a bucket of water. And let it soak for 24 hours. Before safely disposing of it.