Shabbat Candlesticks

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Source of Shabbat Candle Lighting

Our Matriarch Sarah kindled the first Shabbat candles. Miraculously, they remained burning throughout the week. Ever since, it has been the privilege and responsibility of the Jewish woman to welcome the holy Shabbat day by lighting candles. Each Friday, as she kindles the lights and recites the blessing, weekday activities stop and the tranquility of Shabbat permeates the home.

The Variety of Shabbat Candlesticks

Over the ages, the beauty of Shabbat candlesticks with their variety of designs, materials and decorative elements, are a reflection of the remarkable outpouring of the Jewish woman's love and devotion for the mitzvah of candle lighting. We want to help you choose candlesticks that you will enjoy candlesticks that will elevate and inspire you each week anew.

Canaan-Online's Collection

You will find on our website, a wide selection of attractive and original candlesticks - many from leading Judaica artists. There are classic designs in silver plate, pewter or copper. Lead crystal enjoys a surge of popularity. Enjoy the selection. The pictures cannot capture their stunning beauty. If you are looking for something contemporary that fits a modern life-style, consider the amazing creativity of candlesticks from Agayof or Laura Cowan. Of course, there is a full choice from the Yair Emanuel collection. Each one is a work of art.

Canaan Online also brings you candlestick accessories. For party favors or hostess gifts, there are colorful low-cost matchstick boxes. Dorit Judaica's matchboxes offer eye-catching grace and beauty.

Away from home for Shabbat? There is a choice of traveling candlesticks in a variety of materials, designs, and colors. They are all compact and easy to pack and can be used again and again.

Your Choice

Spend time choosing the candlesticks that meet your taste and pocket. Enjoy your purchase and be assured that beautiful candlesticks will enhance the Shabbat lighting ritual, illuminating your home with the radiant light of the holy Shabbat.

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