The Menorah is from colored porcelain made using the slip-casting technique and decorated by hand. The Menorah is made of 9 separate pieces, 8 are the same size and the 9th piece is larger (the "Shamash").
You can choose from the combinations presented here or contact us to combine your own personal Menorah.
This Product is MADE TO ORDER, please allow 2 weeks prior to delivery time. Will be sent by time for the holiday, kindly let us know you need it and when.
If you need it sooner please check with our team.
Candle - wide 7 cm | Hight 4.3 cm
Shamash - wide 9.5 cm | Hight 5.7 cm
Weight 330 Gram
Care and Use
The Menorah can be washed in a dishwasher.
Supply and Delivery
The pieces come packaged in cardboard boxes with internal protective insulation. Every item is wrapped with bubble wrap and tissue paper.
For your information
The outer side is without glaze, you can feel the smooth porcelain and the texture created from the painted decoration on the shape. The inner surface has a black shiny or transparent glaze.
This creates an interesting texture and plays between the matt surface and the gloss design.
You can choose from the options presented here or contact us to create other options.
There may be slight changes between pieces and pieces, also between the pieces and how they appear in the photograph
The changes are minimal and can be found in the size or the weight of the piece or in a slight difference between the design on the piece to that in the photograph.
Each piece made in the studio is handmade through all the creation process: from preparing the raw materials, mixing the glazes, and painting the decoration.
About the collection:
Our Judaica pieces come to refresh the traditional objects, giving them a new design and spirit, and enabling you to combine them as decorative pieces in your home.
Made from colored porcelain and decorated with a variety of designs, these items bring a new interpretation to the inspirations coming from the ancient world, different world rituals, and traditions. Together they create a new language that contains a memory of the past and an anticipation of what the future will bring.