Made according to the old rite style using finely twisted wire, with a small metal tube in the center to hold the wick, they are used regularly at the Hermitage of the Holy Cross.
NOTE: Since many people are not familiar with the practical aspects of maintaining an oil lamp, the Hermitage of the Holy Cross has compiled a list of suggestions that has proven to be very helpful in establishing and keeping this pious custom.
Wicks not included.
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