Ecclesiastical Candelabrum

The Ecclesiastical Candelabrums are pieces of furniture made of metal or wood that are placed at the entrance of the Holy Temple to support candles lit by the faithful as a sign of reverence.

During the Byzantine period, they were called "dibaboula" because they supported two candles and were mainly used during processions in front of the King.

In our catalog, you can find Ecclesiastical Sand Candelabrums, both sliding and non-sliding, multi-lamp candelabrums with candle holders, and boxes for used candles.

All Candelabrums of this category are metal, made with knowledge and passion by our experienced craftsmen, ideal for the glory of God.

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March 2, 2016