Benny Heifetz' Blue or Stainless Turning Menorah

Benny Heifetz'  Blue or Stainless  Turning Menorah

Exclusive design by Benny Heifetz, award winning designer in the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem. This menorah has 8 different sides to fit candles for the 8 respective nights of Hanukah. This is the larger size measuring approx. 12" x 2.5" and costs $560.00 the smaller size measures 9" x 1.5" and costs $490 and comes in stainless.

  • Wow. Yaakov Greenvurcel, an award-winning graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, creates ritual objects in his studio in Jerusalem. Greenvurcel is probably one of the most prominent artists in his field. Greenvurce... Wow. Yaakov Greenvurcel, an award-winning graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, creates ritual objects in his studio in Jerusalem. Greenvurcel is probably one of the most prominent artists in his field. Greenvurcel's ritual objects breathe new life into ancient forms and at the same time each of them is designed in accordance with the Halachah (Jewish Law). Every creation is crafted to the highest finishing quality with unequaled attention to detail. This menorah serves as wall decoration when not in use. Aluminum & silver plated inserts for candles; H - 12.5"x7.5" $370.00 USD

  • Metal base and stems with decorated glass petals by Arie Ofir. 12"h x 16"w x 5.5" depth Arie's works have been displayed and purchased by private collectors museums galleries and design stores around the world including th... Metal base and stems with decorated glass petals by Arie Ofir. 12"h x 16"w x 5.5" depth Arie's works have been displayed and purchased by private collectors museums galleries and design stores around the world including the Israel Museum Jerusalem The Victoria & Albert Museum London Museum of 20th Century Vienna Modern Art Museum Kyoto & Tokyo Japan The Jewish Museum of NY & LA...

  • This "reverse" menorah can be used and displayed either way. Yaakov Greenvurcel, an award-winning graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, creates ritual objects in his studio in Jerusalem. Greenvurcel is probably one... This "reverse" menorah can be used and displayed either way. Yaakov Greenvurcel, an award-winning graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, creates ritual objects in his studio in Jerusalem. Greenvurcel is probably one of the most prominent artists in his field. Greenvurcel's ritual objects breathe new life into ancient forms and at the same time each of them is designed in accordance with the Halachah (Jewish Law). Every creation is crafted to the highest finishing quality with unequaled attention to detail. Aluminum; H - 6.6"