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An Unforgettable Christmas Gift

Having a hard time deciding what to get someone that’s hard to buy for? Give a gift they will never forget. Give them a 2,000 year old piece of history from the Holy Land.  Each oil lamp is unique and was hand made approximately two thousand years ago.

To actually hold a piece of history in your hand brings history to life, especially when it’s a 2,000 year old Bible era artifact.

Holy Land Oil Land Lamp

Only $89 (free shipping)

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When you hold a 2,000 year old artifact in your hand you somehow feel connected to the people throughout time that have held that same object. You wonder if someone famous, such as Julius Caesar, Paul or maybe even Jesus Himself could have held the same object you are holding in your hand. Yeah, it’s unlikely, but the thought still crosses your mind.

Recently I purchased a small lot of Holy Land oil lamps. These lamps were discovered in Israel and date from 200 B.C. to 100 A.D. These small lamps would held enough oil to provide a home with light for one to two hours. Each lamp is unique in shape, size and decorative design.

Authentic Holy Land lamps retail for $100 to $500. I was able to purchase 25 of these oil lamps at a wholesale rate and I want to offer them to my website users at a wholesale rate.

While supplies last, and they won’t last long, you can purchase a 2,000 year old oil lamp from the Holy Land for only $89. This price includes shipping!

These are great for Pastors and Sunday School teachers. Kids are amazed when they get to hold an object that was being used during Jesus lifetime. They also make unique gifts.

Holy Land Oil Land Lamp

Only $89 (free shipping)

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  1. Thanks! Just got my today and it's awesome. My wife will love it.

  2. I really like these lamps, very authentic. I am looking to buy quite a few of these in the coming months. In addition to making great gifts they are also functional! Love it!

  3. Yes it is amazingly beautiful how they were made and the color tones by looking at this picture here. Joe Stedman, I have a question about the lamp that u ordered. Is it thin and fragile or heavy?

  4. Do you still have any left. If you have a source for these I would like to link to your site from mine…

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