The thicker block stands readily on a shelf or table, but I will add a jute hanger if you would like to be able to hang it also.
Your Peacock may come in either a more yellow tone, or more caramel colored, did you know beeswax color is dependent upon what flowers or crops the bees were pollinating?
Beeswax art has been around for centuries, and the art of pouring beeswax in to molds is credited to the Germans, who used their Springerle ornately carved wooden cookie molds to make holiday ornaments.
Please don't store your beeswax pieces in your attic - although beeswax has a higher melting point than paraffin, it can warp if kept in temps over 100 degrees.
It is a normal, natural occurrence for beeswax to develop a whitish film, called bloom....if you dislike it simply wipe your piece gently with a soft cloth.