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Always find yourself able to invite the light in with this attractive set of silver plated travel candlesticks. Their octagonal shape brings a unique artistic sense to your Shabbos table. The blue enamel and stones symbolize divinity, because blue is the color of the sea and sky.
An original spin on classic Judaica! Hearkening back to the shtetl, you can travel in the modern world with this artistic, creative pair of octagonal silver plated travel candlesticks by your side, or in your bag. The blue of the enamel and stones throughout this pair of candleholders reminds us of divinity, of the sea, and of the sky. They are constant reminders of G-d’s presence in our lives.
The engravings on the 8 sides represent the ancient walled city of Tzfat. The city is strongly associated with both mysticism, and the Sabbath. “Lechah Dodi”, with which we welcome the Shabbos bride every Friday evening, was first penned and sung in this ancient hilltop city.
The number 8, in Judaism, is used to represent that which is beyond the natural world. It represents our faith, and our Jewish spirit. What better way to welcome the Sabbath bride than with these octagonal Shabbos candlesticks sitting upon your windowsill, wherever your travels may take you.