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A rushlight, also called the “poor man’s candle”, is made from the pith of the meadow rush (Juncus effuses). After most of the outer skin of the rush is peeled off, it is dried and then saturated in hot grease or fat. It is burned in a rushlight holder. To properly burn, the rushlight must be held at a 45-degree angle. Pincers gently hold the rushlight with jaws that are closed by a spring or counter-weight. The iron stem of the holder usually ends in a tripod base or wooden block.