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Stone Menorah, Framed Translucent Glass Mosaic Hanging Wall or Window Art

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#T-46 Stone Menorah

Dimensions: 13 1/2" H x 16 1/2" W x 3/4" D
Translucent vitreous glass tile on a glass base. Black wooden frame. Ungrouted. Hanging hardware installed.

This piece replicates a section of a 6th century mosaic floor from the excavated Hammam Lif Synagogue in Tunisia.Today, we often associate menorahs with Hannukah, but in the Byzantine world, images of the menorah were often what differentiated a synagogue from a Christian church or a polytheistic house of worship. Patterned after the great golden menorah that once inhabited the Temple in Jerusalem, these menorahs had six branches (unlike the menorahs used on Hannukah, which have nine), and are featured in Jewish depictions from Spain to the Middle East.

Translucent colored and metallic glass tile makes the menorah gleam brightly in a window, but it has equally appealing subtle coloration and energy when hung on an interior wall. This reproduction of an ancient mosaic appears like a vestige of the Byzantine world of Roman Jews.

Ready to hang.

Shipping costs are an estimate; actual cost will be determined based on shipping destination and delivery time requirements.
#T-46 Stone Menorah

Dimensions: 13 1/2" H x 16 1/2" W x 3/4" D
Translucent vitreous glass tile on a glass base. Black wooden frame. Ungrouted. Hanging hardware installed.

This piece replicates a section of a 6th century mosaic floor from the excavated Hammam Lif Synagogue in Tunisia.Today, we often associate menorahs with Hannukah, but in the Byzantine world, images of the menorah were often what differentiated a synagogue from a Christian church or a polytheistic house of worship. Patterned after the great golden menorah that once inhabited the Temple in Jerusalem, these menorahs had six branches (unlike the menorahs used on Hannukah, which have nine), and are featured in Jewish depictions from Spain to the Middle East.

Translucent colored and metallic glass tile makes the menorah gleam brightly in a window, but it has equally appealing subtle coloration and energy when hung on an interior wall. This reproduction of an ancient mosaic appears like a vestige of the Byzantine world of Roman Jews.

Ready to hang.

Shipping costs are an estimate; actual cost will be determined based on shipping destination and delivery time requirements.

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Stone Menorah, Framed Translucent Glass Mosaic Hanging Wall or Window Art

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, glass tile, mosaic tile, wood
  • Feedback: 11 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people
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From Silver Spring, Maryland

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