Havdalah Sets by Emanuel
Yair Emanuel Havdala Sets
What is Havdalah?
Havdalah is the moving ceremony that marks the end of the Shabbat and the beginning of a new week. The three components of havdalah are: blessing and drinking the wine which overflows the cup to symbolize a week filled with blessings, smelling the spices that revive the soul that is saddened to bid farewell to the Shabbat and a two- wicked candle, a reminder of the fire that Adam and Eve discovered on the first Motzei Shabbat in human history.
Yair Emanuel’s Havdalah Sets
Israeli artist Yair Emanuel, has captured the unique flavor of this farewell ceremony to Shabbat, with a choice of stunning havdalah sets. They bring dignity and respect to the ritual, helping to make every havdalah recitation an elevating experience.
His sets comprises a wine cup, spice box and candle holder, all standing on a small tray. There are two options – hand painted wood or anodized aluminum.
The painted wood series will bring bright and cheerful color to your Havdalah ceremony. In the classic Yair Emanuel style, each one is a multi-colored mixture of rich exotic colors that blend and weave together like an Oriental carpet. Gaze with admiration at the Seven Species, the pomegranate design or the exciting forest scene with splendid looking peacocks. Beloved Jerusalem is always a Yair Emanuel favorite and he offers two designs displaying the holy city in its inspiring beauty.
In contrast, the aluminum series is sleek and elegant with a sophisticated contemporary look expressed in the artistic cone shapes. It comes in a choice of colors: an inspiring light blue, a majestic silver, a multi-colored set or, for variety, hammered aluminum.
If you have no space for a Havdalah set or if you are a traveler on-the-go, Yair Emanuel offers a cute compact aluminum tube that neatly holds your candle holder and spice container.
A Beautiful Gift
A Yair Emanuel Havdalah set is a meaningful gift that will be used each week and also looks impressive on display. Indulge in a set for yourself. It will bring meaningful dignity to those moments as the Shabbat ends and the new week beckons with excitement.
Shavuah tov to Am Yisrael!