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Trin(it)ylight

The three arm candelabrum’s design calls forth the idea of roots, the invisible nature that sustains and nourishes the rest of the plant, this element brings forth the idea of God the Creator and Sustainer of all things. The three arms represent the Trinity (i.e. Father, Son and Holy Spirit). They measure seventy centimeters each, the number 7 being the number that symbolizes God in the Jewish tradition. The candelabrum culminates with a lily-shaped flower which in the Bible is described as the most beautiful creation, fruit of divine expression
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Trinylight

Trin(it)ylight

The three arm candelabrum’s design calls forth the idea of roots, the invisible nature that sustains and nourishes the rest of the plant, this element brings forth the idea of God the Creator and Sustainer of all things. The three arms represent the Trinity (i.e. Father, Son and Holy Spirit). They measure seventy centimeters each, the number 7 being the number that symbolizes God in the Jewish tradition. The candelabrum culminates with a lily-shaped flower which in the Bible is described as the most beautiful creation, fruit of divine expression
2O9B4945ci siamo

2O9B4948ci siamo