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Brutalist Menorah

Looking for a statement candelabra to grace an imposing dinner table? Look no further, as we have this unique giant brutalist era Menorah, salvaged from Bethlehem Church at Tweede Oude Heselaan, Nijmegen in The Netherlands. Dating from the mid 20th century, this piece would have been kept alight 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by burning consecrated olive oil for temple worship. The menorah is one of the oldest religious symbols in Judaism - a 7 lamp ancient Hebrew lampstand. As the menorah's original design was to burn oil, it has bowl topped stems, but it also has the added benefit of having prickets so that large candles can be used if you prefer. A heavy and substantial piece that will not go unnoticed at your next dinner party.

Measures: 120cm wide x 120cm tall x 45cm deep