Simplify some of your preparation for the Advent Season. Decorating with greenery is easy with the large 4 3/4" diameter raised center holder and 23”- diameter wreath suspended by a clear Plexiglas support. This handsome traditional floor model style has a bright polished finish. The wreath itself attaches with a 1 3/4” diameter pole to a non-adjustable round 12” base. Candles 1 1/2” in diameter fit the wreath’s four candle sockets and are available in the Related Products Section below. Superbly made of heavy solid brass, then coated with urethane coating for years of worry-free use, this Advent Wreath is 55" H x 23" D and weighs 62 lbs. Greenery and Candles not included.
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Care tips . . .
To clean solid brass, wipe with a soft cloth or wash in lukewarm water and dry immediately. Never use abrasive cleaners or polishes, and never use a dishwasher to clean.
Did you know. . .
Christians use Advent wreaths as part of their spiritual preparation for Christmas. After all, Christ is “the Light that came into the world” to dispel the darkness of sin and to radiate the truth and love of God (cf. John 3:19-21).
The symbolism of the Advent wreath is beautiful. The wreath is made of various evergreens, signifying continuous life. The circle of the wreath, which has no beginning or end, symbolizes the eternity of God, the immortality of the soul, and the everlasting life found in Christ.
The four candles represent the four weeks of Advent. The purple candles in particular symbolize the prayer, penance, and preparatory sacrifices and good works undertaken at this time. The progressive lighting of the candles symbolizes the expectation and hope surrounding our Lord’s first coming into the world and the anticipation of His second coming to judge the living and the dead.
The light again signifies Christ, the Light of the world. Some modern day adaptations include a white candle or Christ Candle placed in the middle of the wreath, which represents Christ and is lit on Christmas Eve.