Jerusalem Travel Shabbat Candlesticks


Because the mitzvah of lighting candles is essential in Judaism, take these candle holders with you on your vacations and trips. A compact Judaica accessory that will easily fit in your travel bag!

Planning to spend Shabbat or one of the Jewish holidays with friends or family? Don’t leave without these 2 candle holders with a resealable lid. An original creation inspired by the Old City of Jerusalem: synagogues, Wailing Wall, ramparts, Tower of David, all details delicately engraved on the case. The prayer to be said at the time of lighting is written on the lid.

An essential Judaica accessory to keep Jerusalem close to you.

  • Material: pewter
  • Dimensions: 4x9cm
  • Made in Israel
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    Jerusalem Travel Shabbat Candlesticks


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    Don’t go on a trip without this Judaica must-have accessory

    To welcome Shabbat, Jewish women traditionally light candles on behalf of the entire family and others in the home. Originally, this candle lighting ceremony was meant to ensure that our homes are filled with light, so that people feel comfortable and that peace reigns in our homes. In the Jewish religion, this moment is called “Shalom Bayit” or “Peace in the Home”. In modern times, although our homes are already lit, the candle lighting ceremony remains central to millions of Jewish women. A moment of reflection and prayer that symbolizes the tranquility of Shabbat.

    To make this moment truly special, there is nothing like original candle holders made in Israel. A model that represents the Old City of Jerusalem, all in engravings.

    Can be used on Shabbat and Yom Tov. Practical: the small size and the lid allow for easy storage and transportation.

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