Israel Museum Triangular Anodized Aluminum Hanukkah Menorah
Inspired by 14th century South of France or Spain Israel Museum Triangular Anodized Aluminum Hanukkah Menorah in four different colours with traditional triangular shape reserved.
Chanukah, known as the Festival of Lights is celebrated for eight days by lighting the Hanukkah menorah, the Chanukiah. On Chanukah, we celebrate the miracle of the little jar of oil lasting eight days by lighting the Chanukiah every night for eight days. This triangle shaped Chanukah menorah is thought to be inspired by 14th century South of France or Spain. Following the Expulsion in the 15th century and the migration of the Jews to Europe and the Mediterranean areas, the design of the Menorah was influenced by the surrounding areas and styles, the basic triangular design of the flag remained the same throughout the generations. This menorah is from the Israel Museum collection and is available in four different colors. It is made from Anodized aluminum. Anodizing is a process whereby the aluminum is made stronger and provides the aluminum with a natural protective finish.
- Size (cm): 18 X 14
- Size (Inch): 7.08 X 5.51