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Ceramic, hand painted Menorah. the candle holders will accommodate taper candles or oil cups.
These unique round glass candle holders are adorned with beadwork and satin peacock ribbon. A vibrant addition to your table or mantle.
Hand washing is recommended.
Great for gifts!
Silver plated Menorah/Chanukiah - 24.95
This is a very ornate Menorah that holds oil cups as well as taper candles. The item is silverplated and in like new condition. The chumash lifts off for easier and safer lighting. An elegant addition to any home celebration.
Dimensions: 15.5" Tall X 13" Wide Base is 5.5" square
Cut glass candle holders that have been hand painted and decorated with bead work. The acrylic paint has been protected by a coating of urethane (hand washing recommended).
Great for all your holiday tables.
Cut glass candle holders that have been hand painted and decorated with bead work. The acrylic paint has been protected by a coating of urethane ( hand washing recommended). They will look lovely on your table or give them as gifts!
Wooden Chanukiah handpainted with acrylics and accented with beadwork.
The piece has been sealed with polyurethane for ease of cleaning (handwash with mild detergent.
Ready for your window this Chanukah!
Brass metalwork design of grapes and leaves (original brass work made in Israel). The center section is hand painted acrylics and coated for protection (by BYD). 12" tall with a 3" base and top. Great for your Shabbat table, dinner table and as a gift.
Brass Menorah - SOLD
Small brass Menorah/Chanukiah perfect for the small Chanukah candles. As far as i can tell it is solid brass (magnet test) and is in very good condition. There is some candle residue in the cups. A perfect addition to your collection of Menorahs.
Dimensions: 8" Tall X 8 1/2" Wide Bass is 4" in diameter.
Beautiful brass candleholders for Shabbat. A Menorah, the word "Jerusalem" and a decorative cabochon (on both sides) add to the beauty of these pieces. It is hard to believe that when I bought these at auction they were covered with paint! The paint had begun to come off and the base coat was wearing thin. When I began cleaning them I noticed brass coming through so I did the magnet test and sure enough the magnet would not stick. After my husband took a dremel tool and ground the paint off, we had beautiful brass pieces. You never know when you will find a hidden treasure!