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Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah

Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah

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$379.00
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Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah
Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah Israel Museum Replica of 18th Century Polish "Roaring Lions" Hanukkah Menorah Photo credit: Eli Posner

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Brass

Size: 24.5cm x 24.5cm / 9.6" x 9.6"

Connect past and present with this remarkable Hanukkah Menorah from the Israel Museum collection. Fashioned from brass, this Menorah is a replica of an 18th century Polish design, including the swirling back and two roaring lions flanking a crown at the top. Setting this Hanukkah Menorah apart from others are the two elevated candleholders at either side that are suitable for use on Shabbat throughout the year. A magnificent piece of Judaica, this Menorah has been gifted by the Israel Museum to world dignitaries, including Prince Charles of England. Charming and refined, this Hanukkah Menorah will make a unique and wonderful addition to your Judaica collection.  

This Hanukkah menorah includes a description of its origin in Hebrew and English, and a certificate of authenticity.

This Hanukkah Menorah is suitable for use with oil lamps or standard size Shabbat candles.

Located in the heart of Jerusalem, the Israel Museum is a world-class institution housing thousands of items detailing the history of the Land of Israel and of the Jewish People. The largest cultural institution in Israel, the Museum's collection includes the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest biblical manuscripts in the world as well as artifacts of modern Judaica.

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