Triangular Hanukkah Menorah. Replica. South Europe 14th Century (Bronze Color)
For a Hanukkah Menorah that your family will love using every Hanukkah for many years to come, check out this gorgeous one from the Israel Museum Collection:
- A replica of a Menorah from 14th century Southern Europe, this triangular Menorah is made from cast brass, boasts an ornate design and possesses a vibrant bronze color.
- Comes from the Land of Israel with a certificate 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: 7.1" X 5.5" / 18 cm X 14 cm
Own a piece of history with this stunning menorah that replicates a 700-year-old design in modern cast brass. It will take a prized place in any home all year round, and will of course be the centerpiece for Hanukkah!
This Hanukkah oil lamp resembles one of the earliest prototypes of the small-scale triangular Hanukkah lamps made either in Spain or in southern France, which migrated, following the Expulsion in the late 15th century, to the Mediterranean region and from there to Europe. Though the design of Hanukkah lamps in these various lands was influenced by local styles, featuring rose windows, a row of arches, and clover leaves, the basic triangular form was preserved.
This item comes with a certificate of authenticity of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a short description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
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 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 rare pieces make wonderful gifts.