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Jewish Star Metal Glass Sculpted Hanukkah Menorah

Gift ID#: GRA81S
Our Price: $84.95
Jewish Star Metal Glass Sculpted Hanukkah Menorah
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Artist: Gary Rosenthal
Made In America Made In America
Simple, Yet Elegant This Hand Crafted Menorah, By American Artist Gary Rosenthal Features A Curved Bottom With Metal Rods With Copper Candle Cups Affixed To The Top. This Menorah Measures 9" X 9" X 3" And Is Highlighted With A Triangle Of Fused Glass Affixed To A Metal Jewish Star Of David. This Is A Perfect Gift Idea For Someone That Cherishes The Traditional While Embracing The Unique.

Each Piece Is Hand Made; The Patterns And Colors Of The Glass Will Vary. A Brass Plaque Or Fused Glass Plaque Can Be Personalized With A Name And Date And Placed On The Base. Personalized Plaques Will Take Approximately Two Weeks For Delivery.

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Jewish Star Metal Glass Sculpted Hanukkah Menorah
Absolutely Beautiful - Special Request Masculine/Feminine Color
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I purchased this Menorah for a friend of mine as a day 1 Hanukkah gift this year. I was slacking a little and placed the order very close to Hanukkah and was worried it may not arrive in time; however, Traditions Jewish Gifts was able to ship and deliver the Menorah to my home within 3 days of the original order date.

Since I was nervous about it's arrival I called their customer service and two cheery representatives answered the call and took such great care of me. I wish everyone delivered customer service like they did.

I love everything about the Menorah; however, in the description it does mention that the colors of the Star of David may vary by each piece.

Since these are in stock, when placing your order I would suggest leaving a comment requesting your choice of either masculine/feminine colors. I ordered mine for a man and it came with a purple Star of David. Lucky me his favorite color is purple anyways, but I still wished I had at least asked for one more masculine.
Jewish Star Metal Glass Sculpted Hanukkah Menorah
Beautiful
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The gift of the menorah was appreciated. It is a beautiful menorah and it has some imperfections due to the way most Rosenthal's are made by hand.
 
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About Hanukkah Menorahs

What Is Hanukkah And Why Do We Light A Menorah?

Menorahs Hold A Very Special Arrangement Of Nine Menorah Candles. Eight Of The Candles Are For Each Night Of Chanukah, And The Highest Candle, Known As The Shamash Or "Servant", Is Used To Light The Other Menorah Candles. Some Modern Followers Of The Jewish Religion Have Turned To Electric Menorahs, Which Use Light Bulbs Instead Of Candles, For Decoration Purposes.

Menorahs Play An Important Symbolic Role In The Celebration Of Chanukah. Over 2300 Years Ago In A Country Called Judea (Israel) There Lived Many Hebrew, Or Jewish People. There Also Lived A Very Wicked King, Antiochus, Who Ordered All The Jewish People To Give Up Their God, Religion, And Customs And Worship Only The Greek Gods. Jewish Temples Were Destroyed Or Used For His Purposes And Those Followers Who Would Not Worship How He Commanded Were Severely Punished.

After Years And Many Battles The Maccabees, Who Were Fighting For The Right Of Judaism, Overthrew The Wicked King And Took Back Their Temple. (Remember Chanukah/Hanukkah Means "Rededication.") Upon Finding Oil To Light The Lamps, They Realized There Was Only Enough To Light The Lamps For One Night. That Oil Miraculously Lasted Eight Nights! This Is Why The Menorah Has Eight Candles. Each Of The Menorah Candles Represents A Night That The Oil Kept The Lights Of The Holy Temple Burning.

On The First Night Of Hanukkah One Candle Is Lit And This Continues For Eight Days Until All Eight Candles Are Shining Brightly. Menorahs Remind People Of The Miracle That Happened. Long Ago Olive Oil Was Used, But Over The Years Colorful Jewish Hanukkah Candles Have Been Substituted.

In Israel, Menorahs Are Called Hanukiyahs. They Come In All Shapes And Sizes And Resemble The One Found In the Holy Temple. The Right Hanukkah Menorah Can Be A Family Heirloom That Survives Generations. Traditions Jewish Gifts Offers A Wide Selection, In Many Of The Popular Styles Including, Metal, Electric, Hand Made, For Kids And Battery Operated Menorahs.

How Do I Light A Menorah?

On Each Night Of Hanukkah You Start By Lighting The Shamash Candle, Which Is Always At A Different Height Than The Other Eight Candles On The Menorah.

  • On The First Night Of Hanukkah You Take The Lit Shamash And You Light The First Candle On The Far Right Of The Menorah.
  • On The Second Night You Place Two Candles On The Far Right Of The Menorah. Once You Light The Shamus You Will Light The Menorah From The Candle Closest To The Left And Then The Candle To The Right Of It That You Lit The Night Before.
  • Each Night An Additional Light Is Added To The Left Of The Light Which Had Been Lit On The Previous Night.
  • Candles Are Always Added From Right To Left, But The Actual Lighting Of The Candles Is Done From Left To Right.

Sound A Bit Confusing? Take A Look At Our Video For A Better Understanding.

What Blessings Are Said When I Light The Menorah?

On The First Night Of Hanukkah You Recite The Following Three Blessings Before Lighting The Menorah. On The Second Night And All Subsequent Nights After You Only Say The First Two Blessings.

  • The First Blessing (Recited On All Eight Nights Of Hanukkah)

    • In Hebrew - Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech Haolam, Asher Kidshanu B’mitzvotav V’tzivanu L’hadlik Ner Shel Hanukkah.
    • In English - Blessed Are You, O Lord Our God, Ruler Of The Universe, Who Has Sanctified Us With Your Commandments And Commanded Us To Kindle The Lights Of Hanukkah.
  • The Second Blessing (Recited On All Eight Nights Of Hanukkah)

    • In Hebrew - Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech Haolam, She’asah Nisim L’avoteinu, B’yamim Haheim Bazman Hazeh.
    • In English - Blessed Are You, O Lord Our God, Ruler Of The Universe, Who Made Miracles For Our Forefathers In Those Days At This Time.
  • The Third Blessing (Recited Only On The First Night Of Hanukkah)

    • In Hebrew - Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech Haolam, Shehekheyanu, V’kiyamanu Vehegianu Lazman Hazeh.
    • In English - Blessed Are You, O Lord Our God, Ruler Of The Universe, Who Has Kept Us Alive, Sustained Us And Brought Us To This Season.
 

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