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Representative of candlesticks from the 1700's, this is a large and lovely heirloom quality candlestick in solid brass that measures 11-1/4" high X 4-1/8" base. The brass is lacquered to keep it shining, the base is felted to protect fine finishes. This large solid brass candlestick weighs 1 pound 15 ounces
City upon a Hill
is the phrase often used to refer to John Winthrop's famous sermon,"A Model of Christian Charity," of 1630, based on Matthew 5:14 ("You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hid."), in which he urged that the Puritan colonists of New England who were to found the Massachusetts Bay Colony make their new community into a "city on a hill," an example to the Christian world. It was long believed that the speech was given aboard ship not long before landing; recent research has shown, however, that it was almost certainly given in England prior to departure. In any case, it inspired the Puritans with a sense of holy duty that would be crucial if they wanted to increase their chances of survival in the New World. Winthrop claimed that the Puritans forged a new, special agreement with God, like that between God and the people of Israel. However, unlike the Separatists (such as the Pilgrims), the Puritans remained nominally a part of the Anglican church in hopes that it could be purified from within. Winthrop believed that by purifying Christianity in the New World, his followers would serve as an example to the Old World for building a model Protestant community.Copyright 2005 Brass And Silver Traditions.Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled "GNU Free Documentation License".
Height: 11-1/4 Inches
Width: 4-1/8 Inches
Nice product - tall, attractive, and laquered so that polishing is not required. I bought 2 and have them grouped with other styles and heights. They look great.
from Ellicott City, Maryland.
I am very satisfied with this product, the weight, finish and quality is exceptional, the felt base protects my furniture.
from Cranford, NJ.
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