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One of the main aspects of the holiday of Sukkot (Tabernacles) is the Biblical commandment, "And you shall be glad on your holiday, and you shall be only joyful" (Deut. 16:14). Indeed, the pilgrims who arrived in Jerusalem at the Temple's courtyard came to rejoice. The focus of this rejoicing was the ceremony surrounding the commandment to pour water on the altar - the water libation. To learn more, click here.

These vessels were designed and created by the famed HaTzorfim company, Israel's most prestigious craftsmen of fine Judaica. The owners of this company felt a deep stirring to begin creating vessels for the new Temple, and they are now working on a number of projects together with the Temple Institute. 

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