Candle: Pillar: White: Stained Glass: Church: Cathedral: Mandala
Rose windows are particularly characteristic of Gothic architecture and may be seen in all the major Gothic Cathedrals of Northern France. Their origins are much earlier and rose windows may be seen in various forms throughout the Medieval period. Their popularity was revived, with other medieval features, during the Gothic revival of the 19th century so that they are seen in Christian churches all over the world.
This Pillar features the beautiful pattern from the Rose windows of the cathedrals.
Vegetable & Paraffin wax
White in color and the pillar measures 6 inches in height.