Red Jerusalem Stone Split Hanukkah Menorah
Wonderfully connect your Hanukkah celebrations to the Holy City of Jerusalem with this marvelous Hanukkah Menorah from Jerusalem Stone Judaica:
- Made from red Jerusalem Stone, this Menorah features two wings flanking a central pillar, with polished candle holders set atop the entire design.
- Masterfully crafted by skilled artisans in the Land of Israel.
- BONUS: This Menorah comes with a free Hanukkah blessings pamphlet
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Size: 23cm x 13.5cm x 5cm / 9.1" x 5.3" x 2"
Diameter of candle holder: 1 cm / 0.39"
This menorah fits standard Hanukkah candles.
Boasting an unusual and bold design, this Hanukkah menorah will make a striking addition to your Hanukkah, and look fabulous in your home year round. Three distinct pieces are mounted to the naturally colored base: two pentagonal wings bearing four candle holders each flank a tall central column. The front has been deeply etched to resemble the Western Wall’s iconic bricks. The natural stone has been quarried in Jerusalem; combined with the Kotel symbolism, this piece will make a sensational gift to someone who truly loves the Holy City.
Jerusalem stone is a natural material, so the colors in your item may differ slightly from those shown in the picture above. Like all natural rocks, this stone has natural veins running through it.
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!
The Jerusalem-based Lion of Judah Studio brings you beautiful, unique Judaica and Jewish art straight from the Land of Israel. Lion of Judah Studio combines traditional and modern design elements in their pieces, in addition to incorporating uniquely Israeli and Jerusalem-based art styles and motifs.