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Dedication - Scented Candle
Dedication - Scented Candle

Dedication - Scented Candle

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Cool limestone, warm air, woody Mediterranean hillsides. Dedication is our modern take on ancient temple incense which were perfumed offerings in the time of the Tabernacle and the First and Second Temple period. Punctuated by notes of thyme, sandalwood, forest, and smoke, Dedication is an elevated sensory experience that evokes the Festival of Lights. Made of 100% natural soy wax, this fragrance is free of phthalates and harmful chemicals. Burn time: Approximately 60 hours.
Please trim wick in between burning. Never leave a lit candle unattended.
100% natural soy wax
Burning incense was once the crescendo of daily Jewish services, in the ancient times of the Tabernacle and the First and Second Temples of Jerusalem. Meant as a symbol of inclusion and purity, as well as to cast away illness, pests, and evil energy, the ritual took place mornings and evenings on the golden Altar of Incense. In fact, both the Book of Exodus and the Talmud offer an incense recipe—so complicated only a master perfumer could mix it—to be used in the Tabernacle, with any diversion from this precise guide considered a punishable offense.

Today, one of the only scent-based Jewish rituals that remains is the Havdalah ceremony. A box of cinnamon, clove, and other spices is passed around at the conclusion of Shabbat to symbolize its lingering sweetness.
Cool limestone, warm air, woody Mediterranean hillsides. Dedication is our modern take on ancient temple incense which were perfumed offerings in the time of the Tabernacle and the First and Second Temple period. Punctuated by notes of thyme, sandalwood, forest, and smoke, Dedication is an elevated sensory experience that evokes the Festival of Lights. Made of 100% natural soy wax, this fragrance is free of phthalates and harmful chemicals. Burn time: Approximately 60 hours.
Please trim wick in between burning. Never leave a lit candle unattended.
100% natural soy wax
Burning incense was once the crescendo of daily Jewish services, in the ancient times of the Tabernacle and the First and Second Temples of Jerusalem. Meant as a symbol of inclusion and purity, as well as to cast away illness, pests, and evil energy, the ritual took place mornings and evenings on the golden Altar of Incense. In fact, both the Book of Exodus and the Talmud offer an incense recipe—so complicated only a master perfumer could mix it—to be used in the Tabernacle, with any diversion from this precise guide considered a punishable offense.

Today, one of the only scent-based Jewish rituals that remains is the Havdalah ceremony. A box of cinnamon, clove, and other spices is passed around at the conclusion of Shabbat to symbolize its lingering sweetness.

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