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Gary Rosenthal Judaica Broken Wedding Glass Heart Shabbat Candle Holder For Sale
GARY ROSENTHAL BROKEN WEDDING GLASS COLLECTION CANDLE HOLDERS FOR SHABBATHHAND CRAFTED FROM MIXED METAL. THE CANDLE HOLDER MEASURES 7" H X 8.5" W AND COMES WITH THE ARTIST INFORMATION. GREAT GIFT FOR JEWISH WEDDING.
The Broken Wedding glass Collection is our signature collection and includes our top-selling Broken Wedding Glass Mezuzot. Making the perfect wedding mementos, the couple can place their own broken glass into any one of these beautiful pieces and remember that joyful moment under the Chupa when the groom broke the goblet and the guests all shouted, "Mazel Tov!"
About the artist:Gary Rosenthal has been sculpting in welded metals for over 25 years. Together with a team of talented craftspeople he has created one of the most popular and unique lines of Judaic art in the country. By combining copper, brass and steel with brilliant fused glass, the Gary Rosenthal Collection has a contemporary style rooted in tradition. His inspiration comes from the rich history of the Jewish people which tells us it's a blessing, a mitzvah, to make beautiful, functional art.Work from this collection has been presented to Presidents from Carter to Clinton and celebrities as varied as Bette Midler, John Travolta and Tony Randall. Rosenthal's collection can be found throughout the worlds many fine galleries, private collections, and the following museum shops: Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery, Corning Museum of Glass, American Craft Museum, B'nai B'rith Museum, The Jewish Museum, Skirball Museum of Culture, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.