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    candlestick
  • A support or holder for one or more candles, typically one that is tall and thin
  • (Candlesticks) A position in which a player's checkers are piled high on a few points (1).
  • a holder with sockets for candles
  • A candlestick, chamberstick, or candelabrum (plural: candelabra) is a holder for one or more candles, used for illumination, rituals, or decorative purposes. The name 'candlestick' derives from the fact that it is usually tall and stick-shaped. Candlesticks are also called candle holders.
    silver
  • Coat or plate with silver
  • Provide (mirror glass) with a backing of a silver-colored material in order to make it reflective
  • (esp. of the moon) Give a silvery appearance to
  • coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam; "silver the necklace"
  • a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
  • made from or largely consisting of silver; "silver bracelets"
    lamp
  • An electrical device producing ultraviolet, infrared, or other radiation, used for therapeutic purposes
  • A source of spiritual or intellectual inspiration
  • an artificial source of visible illumination
  • a piece of furniture holding one or more electric light bulbs
  • Lamp is a television and cinema advertisement released in September 2002 to promote the IKEA chain of furniture stores in the United States.
  • A device for giving light, either one consisting of an electric bulb together with its holder and shade or cover, or one burning gas or a liquid fuel and consisting of a wick or mantle and a glass shade
silver candlestick lamp - Kichler Lighting
Kichler Lighting 78093 Venezia Burnished Silver and Antique Marble Candlesticks, Set of Two
Kichler Lighting 78093 Venezia Burnished Silver and Antique Marble Candlesticks, Set of Two
The kichler lighting 78093 venezia set of two candlesticks is inspired by classic 18th century europeantates, and elegantly expresses good taste and gracious living. Whether you are looking for that perfect accessory for your dining room or great room; the graceful scrollwork and burnished silver and antique marble finish make these candlesticks an ideal selection for anyone looking to bring a traditional touch to their home. The set of two candlesticks measure at heights of 27-Inch and 22-Inch high. Pairing the 70577 console lamp, 74201 floor lamp, 78015 beveled mirror, 70578 table lamp, and 70588 table lamp all sold separately will surely make a stunning statement. Certified and listed to ul/csa/etl standards for use in the USA and Canada. Since 1938, kichler lighting has offered a distinctive array of lighting solutions that reflect your individual personality, tastes and plans. Kichler also brings you an unparalleled variety of exciting home accessories that complement many of the style families, still offering unique finishes, fresh colors and unequaled quality. Whether it's casual, contemporary, transitional or traditional, you'll find it with kichler, lighting that defines your style.

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The Golgotha Golgotha or Calvary is where Jesus (pbuh) was crucified. On this hilltop the Roman Catholics celebrate the tenth to the thirteenth Stations of the Cross. The church is split in two parts. The left section belongs to the Greek Orthodox and the right to the Roman Catholics. The tenth station is commemorated at the top of the stairs leading to Calvary where Jesus (pbuh) was stripped of his garments. The eleventh station is at the silver altar where Jesus was nailed to the cross. The twelfth station is on the Greek Orthodox altar, where Jesus died upon the cross. The limestone rock underneath shows where the Cross of Jesus stood as well as the crosses of the two thieves crucified with him. The great schism which was caused by the earthquake that took place at the time of Christ's death is also visible. The thirteenth station is on the Roman Catholic side where Jesus (pbuh) was taken down from the cross. This is commemorated at the altar of Our Lady of Sorrows. The Chapel of St. Adam (pbuh) below Calvary commemorates the parallel between St. Adam (pbuh), the first man, through whom the human race first sinned, and the new Adam, Jesus Christ (pbuh) by whom the human race is saved. Excavations here show the remains of the Crusader and Byzantine churches in addition to the walls of the Herodian temple. The remains, together with other artifacts found here point to the authenticity of this place as the place of the crucifixion. The Stone of Unction At the foot of Golgotha, is the stone of Unction or of Anointing. It is a polished red stone about six meters long and one meter wide. According to tradition, the body of Jesus (pbuh) was anointed and prepared here for burial. The Rotunda and the Tomb of Christ In the center of the Rotunda stands the empty tomb of Christ or the Edicule. On either side of the Edicule are two lines of candlesticks that belong to the Greek Orthodox, the Armenians and the Roman Catholics. They are lit according to the rite that is being celebrated. In front of the Edicule, there are four rows of lamps. The interior of the Edicule is lined with marble and decorated with pictures, hangings, lamps and candelabra, which are numerically, divided between the three principal communities, Greek Orthodox, Armenians and Roman Catholics. There is almost always a line of people waiting to enter the Edicule. The space is confined and no more than four people can be admitted at one time. People usually spend about three minutes praying inside. The Catholicon or Greek Cathedral The Greeks In 1808-1810 set up high walls cutting off the center of the basilica. A cupola covers the western part of the church. Under the Cupola is a small marble hemisphere, which marks the so-called center of the world. In the Catholicon, the Greeks celebrate the Washing of the Feet on the Thursday before Easter and Good Friday, which culminate in a ceremonial burial of an icon of Christ. The most elaborate celebration however is that on Faster Eve, during which all the lamps are extinguished and the crowd is left in total darkness. Orthodox clergy then proceed with the Armenian Patriarch to the Edicule, where the light is then kindled and passed on to the people. This proclaims the Resurrection. The Franciscan Chapels and the Ambulatory The chapel of the Apparition or the Appearance of the Risen Christ to St. Mary Magdalene, or St. Mary Magdalene's chapel. The Column of Flagellation is found in this chapel, to which Jesus (pbuh) was bound when he was scourged by the Roman soldiers. The chapels of St. Helena and the Invention of the Cross The chapel of St. Helena belongs to the Armenians. The northern altar is dedicated to the Penitent Thief and tile center altar to St. Helena. But the Armenians now hold it in honor of their national saint, St. Gregory the Illuminator. There is a seat adjoining this altar. Legend has it that this was the seat used by St. Helena while the Cross was being excavated. In the Chapel of the Invention or Finding of the Cross, on 7 May, the Franciscan Custodian celebrates the Feast of the Invention of the Cross, carrying one of the Relics of the Cross and placing it above the altar. Behind the altar is a large bronze statue of St. Helena. On the right of the altar is a small cistern where the Crosses of Jesus (pbuh) and the two thieves are said to be found. In this chapel the Franciscans celebrate certain ceremonies including the visits by the Latin Patriarch.
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Stone of Unction - 13th Station of the Cross The Golgotha Golgotha or Calvary is where Jesus was crucified. On this hilltop the Roman Catholics celebrate the tenth to the thirteenth Stations of the Cross. The church is split in two parts. The left section belongs to the Greek Orthodox and the right to the Roman Catholics. The tenth station is commemorated at the top of the stairs leading to Calvary where Jesus was stripped of his garments. The eleventh station is at the silver altar where Jesus was nailed to the cross. The twelfth station is on the Greek Orthodox altar, where Jesus died upon the cross. The limestone rock underneath shows where the Cross of Jesus stood as well as the crosses of the two thieves crucified with him. The great schism which was caused by the earthquake that took place at the time of Christ's death is also visible. The thirteenth station is on the Roman Catholic side where Jesus was taken down from the cross. This is commemorated at the altar of Our Lady of Sorrows. The Chapel of St. Adam below Calvary commemorates the parallel between St. Adam, the first man, through whom the human race first sinned, and the new Adam, Jesus Christ by whom the human race is saved. Excavations here show the remains of the Crusader and Byzantine churches in addition to the walls of the Herodian temple. The remains, together with other artifacts found here point to the authenticity of this place as the place of the crucifixion. The Stone of Unction At the foot of Golgotha, is the stone of Unction or of Anointing. It is a polished red stone about six meters long and one meter wide. According to tradition, the body of Jesus was anointed and prepared here for burial. The Rotunda and the Tomb of Christ In the center of the Rotunda stands the empty tomb of Christ or the Edicule. On either side of the Edicule are two lines of candlesticks that belong to the Greek Orthodox, the Armenians and the Roman Catholics. They are lit according to the rite that is being celebrated. In front of the Edicule, there are four rows of lamps. The interior of the Edicule is lined with marble and decorated with pictures, hangings, lamps and candelabra, which are numerically, divided between the three principal communities, Greek Orthodox, Armenians and Roman Catholics. There is almost always a line of people waiting to enter the Edicule. The space is confined and no more than four people can be admitted at one time. People usually spend about three minutes praying inside. The Catholicon or Greek Cathedral The Greeks In 1808-1810 set up high walls cutting off the center of the basilica. A cupola covers the western part of the church. Under the Cupola is a small marble hemisphere, which marks the so-called center of the world. In the Catholicon, the Greeks celebrate the Washing of the Feet on the Thursday before Easter and Good Friday, which culminate in a ceremonial burial of an icon of Christ. The most elaborate celebration however is that on Faster Eve, during which all the lamps are extinguished and the crowd is left in total darkness. Orthodox clergy then proceed with the Armenian Patriarch to the Edicule, where the light is then kindled and passed on to the people. This proclaims the Resurrection. The Franciscan Chapels and the Ambulatory The chapel of the Apparition or the Appearance of the Risen Christ to St. Mary Magdalene, or St. Mary Magdalene's chapel. The Column of Flagellation is found in this chapel, to which Jesus was bound when he was scourged by the Roman soldiers. The chapels of St. Helena and the Invention of the Cross The chapel of St. Helena belongs to the Armenians. The northern altar is dedicated to the Penitent Thief and tile center altar to St. Helena. But the Armenians now hold it in honor of their national saint, St. Gregory the Illuminator. There is a seat adjoining this altar. Legend has it that this was the seat used by St. Helena while the Cross was being excavated. In the Chapel of the Invention or Finding of the Cross, on 7 May, the Franciscan Custodian celebrates the Feast of the Invention of the Cross, carrying one of the Relics of the Cross and placing it above the altar. Behind the altar is a large bronze statue of St. Helena. On the right of the altar is a small cistern where the Crosses of Jesus and the two thieves are said to be found. In this chapel the Franciscans celebrate certain ceremonies including the visits by the Latin Patriarch.

silver candlestick lamp
silver candlestick lamp
Eve Silver Candlestick Lamp: 17"H 4.5"W
Eve Silver Candlestick Lamp - Shade Extra - Nickel finished hardware including harp and ball finial - French wired from the socket so that the cord trails down the back of the lamp) by Juliska - We are an Authorized Dealer. Juliskas rich European heritage spans six centuries and many of its original silhouettes can be found in glass museums around the world. Each piece is mouth-blown, and individually signed, by artisans in the hills outside of Prague. Juliska glass is lead-free, and dishwasher-safe on the gentle cycle. Wash larger pieces by hand.

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