Pair of bronze seven-light Synagogue Menorahs. The menorah is of the oldest symbols of Juaism. The Kohanim, the hight priests, would light the menorah with olive oil in the temple every evening. The Menorah appears in the coat of arms of the State of Modern Israel, it symbolizes the creation in seven days, with the center light representing the Sabbath. It is also said that it symbolizes the "burning bush."


Place of Origin - Poland

Period -  Mid 19th Century

Dimensions - (19.75 in.Hx19.75 in.Wx6.75 in.D)

Condition- Excellent antique condition, wear consistent with age and use. 

Pair of 19th Century Bronze Synagogue Menorahs

SKU: R100200

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