Americans are a faithful people. And sharing this great faith brings multiple ceremonies throughout the year. Through these commemorations we honor important milestones in our lives. During great events like weddings, graduations, house warming parties, baptisms, baby showers, confirmations, and Bar Mitzvahs, we organize elaborate feasts, create festive decorations, and simply enjoy the company of family and close friends. As a society, we take great joy honoring these special times. They remind us to look beyond ourselves and think of others. Holidays such as Christmas, Chanukah, Passover and Kwanzaa all are celebrated through sharing gifts, food, and friendship.
At Jefferson Brass we’ve created unique, handcrafted gifts perfect for celebrating these memorable occasions. Every piece is special because it is not only decorative but also an exquisite piece of art. Through the sharing of devotion, gratitude, faith, commitment and the celebration of life, each piece in the Jefferson Brass collection of religious brass gifts and accessories serves as a wonderful reminder of what truly is important in our lives. Every item is hand-polished to a brilliant sheen. Based on the same sand casting and finishing methods established during Revolutionary times, each piece is made completely by hand to ensure it will last for years. It will surely be passed down through the generations as a quality heirloom treasure.
An everyday reminder of the Christian faith to be carried in a pocket or purse is the simple, elegant oversized pocket cross in solid brass. It is a quiet personal symbol of commitment and thanks for all of the Lord's blessings, and it comes with a lovely wallet size pocket cross prayer. Classic and fundamental in the Jewish faith is the Menorah with 9 candles. This simple stylized version of the well known design is heavily cast in solid brass and can be used as a hot plate/trivet. It is ideal as a decorative accessory in any living room, library or den. A spectacular piece! It makes a wonderful gift for holidays such as Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, bar mitzvahs, bat mitzvahs, Hanukkah, etc., and will last through the ages.
Leave a comment
Sign Up for our Newsletter
Subscribe to our newsletter and always be the first to hear about what is happening.