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Bezalel Academy (Jerusalem, founded 1906)
This brass Menorah was made by the renowned Bezalel Academy in the early 20th century, a fine piece of Judaica predating the modern Israel itself.
Made from brass, this excellent piece of Judaica was made by the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, in the early part of the twentieth century. It features eight candle mounts along the front of the work on a base, with a ninth mounted along the side. The elegant metalwork relief features a central scene flanked by two animal scenes, with a lion and deer beneath blossoming palm trees, with a vase in a knotted pattern placed atop. The central image shows a bearded male figure, holding a libation vase in one hand while lighting the candles of a menorah in the other, waited on by an attendant. It is inscribed for Bezalel, Jerusalem along the base, with a prayer inscribed above the image of the menorah in the centre.
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