Ceramic Menorah, Menorah Candle Holder, Porcelain Modern Judaica, Judaica Wedding Gift, Jewish Wedding, Art, Israel

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Handmade Porcelain Ceramic Menorah Candle Holder Modern Judaica Wedding Gift Jewish Israeli Art – Unique Judaica blue & white porcelain table-top candle holder with floral & shell stamping motifs, & Hebrew inscriptions. Created & painted entirely by the artist’s hand using premium materials. A one-off work of art which will make a precious heirloom. Item details: Materials: Porcelain Color palette: Cobalt Blue, Light Blue, White, Black, Pink & Red Motifs: nature, shell, floral, Hebrew inscriptions Weight: 0.85 kg Table-top mount Size approx: Width 11″ ; Height 9.5″ ; Depth 4″ Hanukkah Menorahs, or “Hanukkiah” in Hebrew, are important attributes of the Jewish tradition. The Jewish Hanukkah holiday, AKA the “light celebration”, symbolizes hope, strength, determination & the miracle of giving & sharing. It’s values & meaning are universal, bringing families together & reminding what truly matters. Please note that due to the hand-making process each item is unique & the actual item might slightly differ from the image. Looking for a personalized & a truly meaningful gift for your loved ones? A customized Hanukkah Menorah can be created & hand-painted especially for you within 5 weeks. I can add your preferred text, personal message & inscription to make it a special gift. Care instructions: All of the porcelain & ceramic artworks can be easily cleaned/ washed by hand using soap & water. Do not put in a dishwasher. Please avoid using bleach and/or other chemicals. Got a question? Need customization? Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have. Gift wrapping & personal message card can be added upon request. Thank you for visiting my shop here ->> https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlueDoveArt m3 Ceramic Menorah, Menorah Candle Holder, Porcelain Modern Judaica, Judaica Wedding Gift, Jewish Wedding, Art, Israel