Israel Museum Hanukkah Menorah Replica - Israel / Morocco, 1940s
This year, celebrate Hanukkah like never before with this gorgeous Hanukkah Menorah from the Israel Museum Collection:
- Made from brass, this Menorah is a replica of an Israeli-made one that was found in Morocco and an array of candle holders set in front of a design composed of two deer and a cluster of grapes.
- Comes from the Land of Israel with a certifiate of authenticity as well as a Hebrew / English historical description of the item.
- BONUS: This Hanukkah Menorah comes with a free Hanukkah blessings pamphlet.
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Size: 13cm x 15cm / 5.1" x 5.9"
This Hanukkah menorah has been inspired by a cast brass design created by the Israeli company Pall-Bell. Their design is based on Polish designs, and features two deer with a leafy bunch of grapes suspended between their antlers. This item was originally discovered in Fez, Morocco, before making its way back to Israel and the Museum's collection. Small and beautiful, it will make a stunning display piece all year round.
This menorah includes a description of its origins in Hebrew and English, as well as a certificate of authentication.
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem is among the world's most highly rated encyclopedic museums. It holds the biggest collection of ancient Israel and Bible Lands antiquities on the planet, and is home to groundbreaking archaeological discoveries such as the Dead Sea Scrolls. The museum creates replicas and adaptations of Jewish and Israeli artifacts from around the world; these unusual pieces make unique and wonderful gifts.