Glazed oil lamp, Hand made pottery, holy land authentic, Israel, church decor,essential oil, lighting, pottery

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Made in Jerusalem, Israel

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Glazed oil lamp
New Item-reproduction

Handmade in Israel

Holy Land

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This Reproduction of Anciant oil lamp have 2 opennings:

1. openining in the top 0.5"app diameter where you pour the oil &

the small oppening in front where you put the wick. (it comes with 1 wick).

On the opper part of the oil lamp there are some decoration marks.

Olive oil is the best to use but you can also use aromatic oil.

Total size from handle to front:app 4.5"


Color: Grayish-off white

Glaze is inside. out side is prety smooth.

Great useful item from the holy land.

Excelence for children activitis such as learning about biblical time or

Jewish holidays activities of Hanuka, and etc,

or Holy Land studies in general .

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*in the back/base there are some signs & scratches since it's hand made & material is raff.

*Take in amount that this is a reproduction of an Archiological found! meaning some elements that can look to you as a defect is actually not, it's the way & condition it was found and this is a reproduction/a copy.

Some Historey....

With building great dimensions are a very common tool oil candle to illuminate the large spaces. In the beginning, when the missing root candle, could exert on Yes or placed in the wall. With time and can handle base candle were placed anywhere or to stand around. An integral part of the candle was ready to which it was assigned to raise and distributing. Classical art honest are subject as a man find the lampstand. From the Roman period (first century before סה"נ) and transferred more candles from her mouth.

Other lighting tools were hang from the ceiling like a chandelier.

Candle appeared anywhere in person: at home, in the street, theatre, Temple, Church, monastery, in waiting. Oil lamps were used also include protecting seafarers who were handling of their days and nights. Extensive use of the public activities of the Greeks had candles and the Romans. The Roman and Byzantine periods (1st-7th CE), we find a lot of metal, made by vmazchochit. From this period there are literary evidence that other objects have a Maor, such as a Cup, Bowl and binding cord around the nut.

Vaaislmit Roman, Byzantine periods appear vhritot addresses them with oil candles. These probably represent hritot characters, appear in the ה־ה century at סה"נ. variety were address; First was that the Potter name or legal workshop and a blessing. The Roman custom was to give a greeting at the top of the topic this year and that blessing candles adorn custom source. In the Byzantine period carried candles hshomroniim verses from the Torah and the Arab writing appears as Islamic or chaitor. The written word is in the past, as today, a magic power and that it was the intention of the individual letters and addresses appearing on the candles.

Oil candle is made from a material reservoir combustion vmptil שינק the burning material was also confronting. The candle, like all combustion, require a continuous supply of air as well. As combustion were used vegetable oils, oils from the Earth, such as petroleum or oils from the bdga. Olive oil is considered to be the finest combustion material Zach and also the most expensive. Twine candles were made of thin, threadlike שנשזרו fiber and they were mpshtn. End of the fuse was placed close to the candle and perpetual care of clearing and, especially, cords that were mpshtn. The end of the fuse שהתפחם were clean with a nail or a comb and fuse were mash with forceps. To get a light colored light and to reduce the heat of the flame used to add salt into combustion.

Ceramic oil lamps were the two main methods: the use of baobaniim and from the Middle Bronze age (1550-2200 at סה"נ) widely introduced Potter's wheel for many pottery has been a relatively short time, higher quality from the ה־ג century before סה"נ, next to the candle made of babaniim, began a new method of developing production of candles in made in specialized craft. This method gradually replaced the earlier production method enables mass production of candles with emphasis on aitorm. The Open returns to the small bowl candle for use during the middle ages and appears almost to the present day.

The basic components of the improved over time to become a fine tool. Candle decorated with artistic ability in different periods of vshikf the faith of members of different cultures. Therefore hshtanoto is an expression of fashion changes all the time.

Great useful item from the holy land.

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Happy satisfy buyer is my goal !


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