"... There is a habit in my country, that on the Christmas-Eve day,
when the first evening star appears in the sky,
people of the same house break the Biblical bread,
sharing the most precious feelings in this bread embedded..."
The "wafer" (wafer in Polish) name comes from the Latin word "oblatum" meaning the gift of sacrifice.
Sharing bread in the form of wafers has been known since the beginning of the Church.
Wafer shares the secret of the heart of little Jesus of the Bethlehem hut. It remains with each hand as the book of wisdom to teach the heart and to comfort the spirit.
Wafer has become the Christmas symbol, and sharing it on the Christmas-Eve day is an expression of feelings, friendship and caring.
Poland, as one of the few countries, has continued this simple habit by this day.
WAFER LARGE WHITE: - Christmas-Eve wafer, size 155mmx85mm, various religious patterns in the obverse.
WAFER LARGE COLOURED: Christmas-Eve wafer, size 155mmx85mm, used on the Christmas-Eve day for animals (pink, yellow, green, orange, blue).
WAFER SMALL WHITE: Christmas-Eve wafer, size 98mmx62mm, with clear Christmas-Eve ornaments.
WAFER SMALL COLOURED: Christmas-Eve wafer, size 98mmx62mm, liked by children very much.
SETS OF WAFERS:
SET OF LARGE WAFERS:
A set of 4 large wafers (4 white or 3 white + 1 coloured) in an ornamented belt and foil. Preparing customised sets for the client is possible.
SET OF WAFERS 3 LARGE + 2 SMALL in an ornamented belt and foil.
SET OF SMALL WAFERS:
A set of 4 wafers (4 white or 3 white + 1 coloured) in an ornamented belt and foil.
SETS OF WAFERS IN CHRISTMAS CARDS:
SET OF WAFERS IN CHRISTMAS CARDS: A set 3 of wafers in a belt and foil along with various greetings in Christmas cards
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