Yair Emanuel Hand Painted Laser Cut Hanukkah Menorah - Birds on Pomegranate Tree

Yair Emanuel Hand Painted Laser Cut Hanukkah Menorah - Birds on Pomegranate Tree

Price:
$70.20
  • A hand painted richly colored Menorah from Yair Emanuel
  • Featuring a leafy pomegranate tree filled with birds
  • Design continues on the blue base with nine holes
  • Recommended to use with candles only

Product Description

This glorious Menorah designed by beloved Judaica artist will be admired year-round as a glorious sculpture. In a rich array of colors, Yair Emanuel has hand-painted a beautiful vision of spring featuring birds perched on a pomegranate tree - all in rich eloquent colors that speak of light and joy. The perfect Hanukkah gift!

For use with candles. Menorah has been lacquered and can be hand washed. Residue wax will float away in hot water.

In our Additional Items below you will find more Chanukah items to enhance your festive candle-lighting ceremony.

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In our Additional Items below you will find more Chanukah items to enhance your festive candle-lighting ceremony.


Specifications

SKU: YE-HML-1
Artist: Emanuel Judaica
MATERIAL
Laser cut metal
MEASUREMENTS
Height: 9 / 23 cm
Length: 9 / 23 cm
Width: 2 / 5 cm


Additional Items

Dripless Colorful Hanukkah Candles
$7.15
Standard Hanukkah Candles
$3.77
Floating Wicks
$3.38
Glass Oil Inserts - Nine pc Set
$3.51
Hebrew-English Chanukah Menorah Blessing Booklet
$4.94
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Reviews

Average rating: 3.7 / 5.0 based on 3 reviews

Smaller than I thought

This is a very beautiful piece but as usual the picture was enlarged so what I received was much smaller than I imagined. I should have checked the clearly written specifications.

Shamash candle too close to other candle holders.

The shamash holder was too near the other candles. It was not really apart. I will not use this Menorah next year but I will keep it as a very beautiful art display during the year.

How I got the candles to stick

The holes were too big for the candles. I put a match to the end of the candle and let the melted wax drip into the holder. I then put in the candle and it stuck to the hot wax.

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