Jordana Klein "Mediterranean Sunset" Glass Tray for Sabbath Candlesticks
Wonderfully enrich your personal Judaica collection with this magnificent designer candlesticks tray from Jordana Klein:
- Made from tempered glass, this tray features an artistic depiction of a sunset on the Mediterranean and is inscribed in both Hebrew and English with the traditional text of the blessing over the Shabbat candles.
- An original work from the artist's Jerusalem studio.
- Will make a fantastic gift for a birthday, housewarming, engagement, anniversary, holiday or any other special occasion.
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Scratch-Resistant Tempered Glass, Aluminum Legs
Available in two sizes:
20cm x 25cm / 7.9" x 9.8"
20cm x 30cm / 7.9" x 11.8"
Display your Shabbat candlesticks in charming style with this enchanting tray from Israel-based artist, Jordana Klein. Made of glass, the design of the tray flaunts a splendid artistic representation of the golden sun setting over the blue-green Mediterranean Sea, as captured along Israel's beautiful, sandy coastline. The words "Lehadlik Ner Shel Shabbat" ('To Light the Shabbat Candle'), from the blessing recited before lighting the Sabbath candles each Friday night, are elegantly displayed over the center of the tray. Inspired by the natural beauty of the Land of Israel, this wonderful candlestick tray would make a magnificent gift for a wedding, housewarming or other special occasion.
A pair of modern designer candlesticks from Yair Emanuel is available at an additional price.
Height of candlesticks: 16.5 cm / 6.5"
Diameter of candlesticks: 6 cm / 2.3"
Based in Jerusalem, artist Jordana Klein takes inspiration from the natural beauty that the world, and the Land of Israel in particular, has to offer. Through her use of bold, vibrant colors, her work brings you stunning pieces of both practical Judaica and exquisite works of art that will illuminate your home décor for years to come.