Available in the following options: 
- Silver Plated
- Pewter Plated
- 14K Gold plated on a copper base
- Silver & 14K Gold Plated

Temple Menorah

Solid casted seven branch Temple Menorah replica. This Menorah is especially solid, heavy and well balanced.

Height: 14"/35.6 cm (Small) or 17"/43 cm (Large)

Available in the following option: Silver Plated, Pewter Plated, 14K Gold plated on a copper base, Silver & 14K Gold Plated.

Price: $595.00


Silver Plated Star of David Menorah

Get two meaningful Judaic symbols in one with the lovely menorah. The Menorah is the oldest known symbol of the Judaic faith, and this menorah has a powerful Start of David at the base of the seven branches. The two tiered hexagonal base has artistic embellishments of Jerusalem.

Height: 10"/25 cm

Price: $220.00

About the Menorahs

The Menorah can be displayed to show support of the people of Israel, a connection to your Jewish Roots, and recognition that God lights the way.

The Menorah has to come to represent the Jewish people more than any other symbol.

Today the menorah is a symbol of the modern state of Israel. The menorah appears in Israel’s courts and is embossed on official stationary. However, it is a symbol that has endured over 3000 years. Over these 3000 years the menorah has been carved in stone, painted, decorated mosaic floors.

The menorah first became a symbol of the Chosen People when God gave the instructions to build the menorah, clearly delineated in the Book of Exodus.

“And thou shalt make a candlestick of pure gold of beaten work shall the candlestick be made: his shaft and his branches, has bowls, his knops and his flowers, shall be of the same. And six branches shall come out of the sides of it; three branches of the candlesticks out of the one side and three branches of the candlesticks out of the other side: three bowls made like unto almonds with a knop and a flower in one branch; and three bowls made like unto almonds in the other branch with a knop and a flower: so in the six branches that come out of the candlesticks. And in the candlestick shall be four bowls made like unto almonds with their knops and their flowers. And there shall be of a same: all of it shall be one beaten work of pure gold. And thou shalt make the seven lamps thereof: and they shall light the lamps thereof that they may give light over lamps thereof: and they shall light the lamps thereof that they may give light over against it” (Ex. 25:31-37)

The menorah once graced the Tabernacle as the children of Israel traveled through Sinai. It stood as a great monument in both, the First and Second Templates.

Throughout the centuries of exile the Jewish people carried with them a menorah as a symbol of their history. The menorah was a emblem of their eternal belief in God’s word, the eventual redemption of the people and their eventual return to the Land of Israel.

The prophet Zachariah had a vision described in Chapter 4:2-6.

“I saw a menorah of gold....with seven lamps on it, with seven holdings in the seven lamps. There were two olive trees beside the menorah, one of each side of it.

Then I asked the angel, ‘What do these things mean, my lord?’

And the angel said to me, ‘Do you know?’ And I said, ‘No, my lord.’ Then he said, ‘This is the word of the Lord unto Zrubavel:

Not by might nor by power, but by my spirit, says the Lord."

Zechariah, returning with the people from Babylonia, understood the meaning of the words to be the “Light unto the World” as this saying was revealed to Zechariah in the seven flames of the menorah.

The menorah stretches between earthbound man and the purity and perfection of God. His light transcends all and beckons us towards hight ideals and holiness. It is said that there are seven branches to represent the seven days of the week: the Sabbath in the centre and the others for each day. It reminds us that God is present in each and every day and is the eternal light of the world.

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