Each candleholder is individually formed in pewter & brass, and can be arranged in any pattern. Begin with the shaman and one candle the first night. Each successive night add one more until, on the last night, all 8 (and the shamas), are displayed, ready to be lit. Or, of course, if you wish, all the candleholders can be put out at once. Let your creativity rule! (note: These candleholders would also look lovely at non-Hanukkah times ~ lined up down the center of the table. Perfect for that special dinner party!)
Length/Depth: 0 in
Width: 1.5 in
Height: 2 in
Length/Depth: 6 in
Width: 6 in
Height: 6 in
Refund & return policy
No refunds ~ Return item within 30 days for store credit only.
I enjoy seeing the potential in found objects and antique elements. Combining my metalsmithing skills with my artistic vision, I often transform these components into unique pieces of Jewish ritual objects. My work acknowledges the past, yet offers new and unusual forms which satisfy the demands of religious requirements. Through hand forming, piercing, soldering, and/or riveting pewter, brass & copper, I create my one-of-a-kind and limited edition ceremonial pieces.
My work has been featured in 10 books, The NY Times, The Boston Globe, calendars and greeting cards. I have received several awards, and was the 2018 "Handmade Business Magazine" runner up for their Entrepreneur of the Year Award. My ritual objects are in the collection of 3 Jewish Museums.