Slavic Trinity Candelabra

CAD $100.00

“Faith and enlightenment go together” ~ 1980s Carpathian Hutsul Candle-holder wood carved, inlaid beading, hand painted.

Among the Ukrainian Eastern Christians (Russian Orthodox, Ukrainian Orthodox and Ukrainian Catholic), it is common for the priest or bishop to use a large three-branch candle for the Great Blessing of Waters on the Great Feast of Theophany (Epiphany).

This candelabra (candleholder) represents two important aspects of the Ukrainian Catholic Church: the importance of candles, the most significant being its symbolism as the “light of Christ”, and its prolific use in church and home.

Only 1 when it’s gone it’s gone!

Vintage ~ Made in Canada

Out of stock

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Weight850 g
Dimensions35 × 24 × 13 cm

Description

“Faith and enlightenment go together” ~ 1980s Carpathian Hutsul Candle-holder wood carved, inlaid beading, hand painted.

Among the Ukrainian Eastern Christians (Russian Orthodox, Ukrainian Orthodox and Ukrainian Catholic), it is common for the priest or bishop to use a large three-branch candle for the Great Blessing of Waters on the Great Feast of Theophany (Epiphany).

This candelabra (candleholder) represents two important aspects of the Ukrainian Catholic Church: the importance of candles, the most significant being its symbolism as the “light of Christ”, and its prolific use in church and home.

Only 1 when it’s gone it’s gone!