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If you stroll on the streets of Vietnam during the celebration of any of its traditional festivals, your eyes will light up with joy. Lanterns shaped like butterflies, stars, fish and spinning tops will fill your vision. Silk lanterns from Hoi-An city in Vietnam are world famous. Artists from Vietnam take contracts from different parts of the world, and they create some of the largest, most innovative and costliest lanterns in the world.
In fact, Chanukah was never about giving gifts. Traditionally, teachers received "gelt," or money, at this time of year to show appreciation for their contribution to children's education. Occassionally students also received gelt. This explains why many Jews give gold-foil covered chocolate "coins" on this holiday.
In the 1920s, wall sconces were notably common lighting fixtures in bathrooms. They are often in pairs and are beautiful glass wall brackets in the shape of a bowl or fans placed on each side of the vanity mirror to add brightness to the room. The location of these lightings also reflects the elegance of the typically bronze or stainless finish of the fixtures and other decorations in the restroom. You can use frosted glass in your wall scones to create an even more elegant bathroom look.
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