Hey Shahar, I just wanted you to know that I received my order (two-for-one Galilean Style sandals) on Monday. [It’s late Wednesday night here].
Silver and Gold Colored Seven Branch Menorah Covered In Jerusalem
An extravagant and finely textured seven branch menorah candelabra, colored in hues of silver and gold and embossed with three-dimensional images of Jerusalemite architecture. With its immense detailing, this menorah makes for an eye-catching addition to your Jewish art collection.
An extravagantly textured Judaica item which combines timeless traditions with contemporary art styles, this silver and gold menorah features immense details reminiscent of the Holy Land’s spiritual capital, Jerusalem. The Old City’s ancient rooftops and towers adorn each tier of the base, as well as this menorah’s seven branches. It’s no wonder that Jerusalem is affectionately dubbed the City of Gold. Not intended for use on Chanuka, this candelabra is designed in the style of the seven-branched Temple menorah from the Beit HaMikdash. While not an exact replica, its appearance certainly reminds its owner of every Jewish person’s true home.
The original menorah was a 1.62 metre tall candelabra which stood in both the Tabernacle during the Israelites’ journey in the desert spanning between Egypt and Israel, as well as the two Batei Mikdash (Holy Temples) that were built in Jerusalem at different times throughout the nation’s history.
- Size (cm): 16 x 14
- Size (Inch): 6.2 x 5.5