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Crystal Shabbat Candlesticks with Silver Chips
An elegantly textured and artistic pair of candlesticks for Shabbat and Yom Tov, made of crystal and decorated with small silver chips. A design that combines modern art and ancient Jewish tradition without sacrificing one over the other, the Shabbat candle-lighting ritual is bound to be all the more beautiful with this fine candlestick set.
Combining modern art and the timeless of the Jewish people without sacrificing one for the other, this elegantly textured set of artistic crystal candlesticks is sure to make the ritual of candle-lighting for Shabbat and annual Jewish festivals all the more wonderful. The crystal is finely textured, and the stem of these candlesticks is filled with charming silver chips, adding a subtle “wow” factor to this stunning Judaica pair. It’s bound to bring added enjoyment to your Shabbat and Yom Tov celebrations all year round.
The Jewish people have rested on the seventh day of each week for centuries. The practice dates back to ancient times, and has been adopted by a variety of other cultures and religions since then. Let’s face it - a day of rest from the stresses of the mundane work week should be required in every religion! In Judaism, the day of rest is on the seventh day of each week to parallel the events of the Biblical creation story. G-d created the world in six days and on the seventh, He rested. Today, Shabbat (as it’s called in Hebrew-speaking circles) is celebrated with prayer, song, and festive meals for the entire family to enjoy and bond over.
- Size (cm): 17.5
- Size (Inch): 6.8