Oy Vey
Oy Vey
Galbanum & Frankincense

Oy Vey

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A Jewish expression that means ‘woe is me’. You might hear someone exclaim ‘Oy’, or ‘Oy vey, or even ‘Oy vey iz mir’, which means, “woe unto me”. Jews like to wax about their woes, and use this phrase when hearing bad news, or as a way to express sympathy when hearing about the misfortune of others. So if someone tells you of something negative that happened to them, you can respond simply with ‘Oy’, and they’ll know that you hear them.  


No.13 Galbanum & Frankincense

Notes of fresh balsamic, somewhat green, woody and spicy fragrance with a fruity top note. 

Galbanum & Frankincense notes represent the fragrances described of the Mishkan Temple.

A phrase of Yiddish origin expressing shock or dismay.

– Porcelain Glass
– 4x4x4 Inch Vessel
– 11 Ounces with 60+ Hour Burn
– Silky Sheen with Ethereal Glow
– Ash Rigid Box with Matte Finish
– Hand Poured in the USA
– Rigid Box Set
– Benefiting Birthright Israel

Porcelain Glass

Hand Poured in North Carolina

60+ Hour Burn

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