Shabbat Candlesticks

Candles play a pivotal role in Judaism. We use candles to bring in the major holidays; the entire eight days of Hanukkah involve lighting the Menorah candles, which explains why the holiday is also known as the Festival of Lights; finally, and most commonly, we use candles on Shabbat, both at the beginning, on Friday night, and at its departure, on Saturday night. We also light candles on Jewish holiday. Due to the candles’ essential role, it is customary to invest in beautiful Shabbat candlesticks in order to maximally venerate the Shabbat Queen. It is a Mitzvah to beautify the Shabbat with lovely candlesticks and other synagogue items such as Tallitot adorned with a stunning Atara.

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Candles play a pivotal role in Judaism. We use candles to bring in the major holidays; the entire eight days of Hanukkah involve lighting the Menorah candles, which explains why the holiday is also known as the Festival of Lights; finally, and most commonly, we use candles on Shabbat, both at the beginning, on Friday night, and at its departure, on Saturday night. We also light candles on Jewish holiday. Due to the candles’ essential role, it is customary to invest in beautiful Shabbat candlesticks in order to maximally venerate the Shabbat Queen. It is a Mitzvah to beautify the Shabbat with lovely candlesticks and other synagogue items such as Tallitot adorned with a stunning Atara.

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