Klezmers Hand-Crafted Filigree 925 Sterling Silver Hanukkah Menorah
Skillfully crafted from sterling silver, this exquisite Hanukkah Menorah boasts a traditional Yemenite filigree design and features candleholders resting atop an array of Klezmer players. The perfect gift from the Land of Israel that you wil treasure for many years to come.
The world's biggest Judaica store
Home to thousands of fantastic Judaica products!
Satisfaction guaranteed – or your money back!
From Israel with Love!
925 Sterling Silver
Small - 8.5 x 18 cm / 3.3” x 7” 330 gr
Medium - 13.5 x 34 x 6 cm / 5.3" x 13.4" x 2.4" 700 gr
Large - 19 x 47 cm / 7.4” x 18.5” 1700 gr
This breathtaking sterling silver hanukkah menorah will light up your Hanukkah holiday and look amazing in your home all year round! Perfectly hand-crafted, it flaunts various Hassidic figures. Each figure is elegantly decorated with an intricate filigree design and is playing a musical instrument; a violin, guitar, clarinet, drum, cello, accordion, saxophone and a hand-held drum. With a conductor as the shamash leading the orchestra, this masterpiece is complete with a stunning design on the sides of the bar, perched on four decorated legs, making this work of art a flawless and meaningful gift for someone you love that they will never forget!
Please Note: As this item is handcrafted according to traditional methods, please allow up to 14 business days before the item is shipped for delivery. If you are purchasing it as a gift for a special occasion, we advise that you allow enough time for it to reach its destination.
A Hanukkah blessing pamphlet (24cm x 16.5cm / 9.4" x 6.5") is included with this menorah. It features the prayers recited over the candles, as well as maoz tzur in both Hebrew and English for easy reading.
A second-generation Israeli from a Yemenite family, Shoham Simchi began to train as a silversmith in his teen years, following in the footsteps of his family members before him. For the past 20 years, Simchi has been producing exquisite sterling silver works of Judaica in his Jerusalem-area workshop, blending together traditional and modern methods of craftsmanship.