Thursday, December 2, 2010

Menorah & Channukia, An Inovative Design

We have finally completed our channukia. When we began this project, we originally planned to make a seven branch menorah. As I noted in my previous post we were asked to take a channukia to a Channukah celebration. A congregation had seen the pictures and thought we were working on a channukia. We didn't want to mess with the original design and decided to come up with an idea to keep the menorah as we first intended. My other post has pictures of the menorah as it was before finished. After thinking it over a bit, we came up with this new design. Here I'm sharing some pictures I took throughout the process and with the finished product. Count the branches on the menorah and notice the difference. The last two branches are removable but in the pictures are just swiveled to show the difference.

              Have a HAPPY CHANNUKAH!


  1. Wow! Beautiful!! how did you make the last two branches removalble/swivel? I couldn't figure it out. Wouldn't that be awesome in your front yard... Happy Hannukah!!

  2. Lovely!
    Happy Hannukah!

  3. That is very cool; beautiful! :).

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