A znicze (the word for cemetery candle in Polish) flame expresses that a departed loved one will stay in our memory for as long as there is a light in the world. Polish people have lit cemetery candles for centuries to remember the spirit of the one we lost. Cemetery candles and znicze are a respectful way to so memorialize the life of someone, even in death. We have the largest supply of cemetery candles in stock. Dozens of unique cemetery candles are currently available. These cemetery candles are all made of glass and were made in Poland. It is a Polish tradition to bring candles to the cemetery on November 1st for All Saints Day (Wszystkich Zmarlych). Prices starting as low as $3.49. Buy these cemetery candles
Santa with Sign Ornament. 2 x 5". Handmade and decorated glass ornament from Poland.
This beautiful ornament shows Santa hanging off the iconic Chicago sign. Made from glass and handmade in Poland. Each ornament is hand-painted and decorated in order to create an unique ornament for your family to enjoy for generations to come. Buy this ornament
Are you prepared for winter? Show your Polish pride by wearing this hat. The hat says czesc, which means hello in Polish. A Chicago area favorite, our czesc knit hat is proudly worn throughout the winter season by people with Polish ancestry. Czesc is a favorite friendly greeting in Poland. One size fits all. 7.5" x 11". Made in Poland. Buy this hat
Are you prepared for winter? Show your Chicago pride by wearing this hat. A Chicago area favorite, This hat is proudly worn throughout the winter season by people from Chicago. One size fits all. 7.5" x 11". Made in Poland. The three white stripes represent the North, West, and South sides. The top blue stripe represents Lake Michigan and the North Branch of the Chicago River. The bottom blue stripe represents the South Branch of the river and the canal. The four six-pointed red stars represent major historical events: Fort Dearborn, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, and the Century of Progress Exposition of 1933–34. buy this hat