Dune Shabbat Candlesticks

$235.00
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Description

This minimalist design by Laura Cowan was inspired by the gentle curves of the Sinai desert dunes. The words Shabbat Shalom in Hebrew are engraved on each set.

Size: 25 x 13cm / 10 x 5 inch. Material: Stainless Steel and Anodized Aluminum.

This item ships from Israel. Express shipping is not available. Allow 10-15 business days to arrive.

Do not leave any lit candles unattended.ย 

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  • Free shipping on U.S. orders $75+
  • Item ships from Israel. Please allow up to 10 business days to arrive with standard shipping.
  • Easy returns within 30 days of purchase

More about Laura Cowan

Contemporary Judaica designer and Jewish artist Laura Cowan began her career in London after graduating in Silversmithing and Jewellery at London Guildhall University. She now brings her unique ideas to the field of Judaica, working from her design studio and workshop in Tel Aviv, Israel to build original handcrafted pieces.

Many of Laura's Judaica designs are inspired by the Sixties mission to land a man on the moon. Although this was achieved even before Laura was born, she was fascinated by the hype and excitement generated by the race to the moon. Laura also loves the irony of a futuristic design based on what is now history. Combining this with her Jewish upbringing and identity, Laura has produced many stunning pieces of modern Judaica.

Customer Reviews

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Courtney
Update: beautiful

I am amending my former review after a replacement was rushed to me within a few days. They are flawless and beautiful. Thank you for taking care of it without a hassle and quickly.

So glad your order worked out, Courtney!

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Claire M.
Great style but cheap engraving

Lovely candlestick set. My only gripe is that the โ€œShabbat Shalomโ€ is done in a not very elegant way. It looks like the kind of thing we used to do with an engraving pen that we bought at the local hardware store. Frankly I would have preferred to have no engraving at all.