Dorit Judaica Pomegranate and Colorful Mandala Metal Hanukkah Menorah
Your senses will be drawn to the mesmerizing geometric circle pattern of this intricately designed metal Hanukkah Menorah, seasoned with pomegranate branches in vivid color.
- Expertly crafted Menorah with refined finishes
- Museum-quality, inspired by 18th and 19th century menorahs
- Finely fashioned Hebrew letters rising from the candleholders declaring the holiness of the Hanukkah candles: Haneirot Hallalu Kodesh Hem
- Suitable for standard Hanukkah candles
- BONUS: This Menorah comes with a booklet of Hebrew/English Hanukkah blessings for FREE!!!
- Makes for a striking addition to your Hanukkah collection, illuminating your mantelpiece!
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Size: 24 cm x 30 cm x 7.5 cm / 7.09" x 9.45" x 2.95"
This menorah fits standard Hanukkah candles. It is also appropriate for pre-filled gelled olive oil cups with diameter 2 cm / 0.8".
With the perfect contours of the brilliantly colored geometrical circles as a background, and the dancing flames of the Hanukkah lights as a foreground, it will be hard to take your eyes off this beautifully crafted metal Hanukkah Menorah. The letters of Haneirot Hallalu Kodesh Hem (these candles are holy) appear to be standing of their own accord, buttressing the mandala and leafy pomegranate design. Use it for Hannukkah or hang it as a decoration throughout the year. Either way, this elegant, contemporary menorah will stay close to your heart.
A free Hanukkah blessings pamphlet is included! Printed in both Hebrew and English for easy reading. Measuring 24 x 16.5 cm (9.4" x 6.5"), this beautiful laminated booklet will help everyone sing along! Includes the traditional blessings said after lighting Hanukkah candles, plus the famous tune Maoz Tzur!
Dorit is the founder of Dorit Judaica. She's a religious woman, with a singular passion for Jewish art. Her faith helps her create vivid pieces that are pleasing to the senses. She specializes in integrating Jewish texts into her colorful work. You'll notice that Dorit employs her remarkable creativity in all her designs. She is a seventh-generation Israeli and lives in Petach Tikva with her husband and four kids.