The Hanukkah Menorah ,
in its mostessential shape of four concentricsemi-circles , has become
an icon of the Jewish people.
The circle is a
harmonic, magnetic, sensuous.
Pure or transformed: cut, fragmented, bent or twisted, refracted or
The magic of the
circle, its symbolic allusion, the fluidity of a reflected image and the
sensory confusion between reflection and transparency, between glass and
mirror, between real and virtual were the source of inspiration for the
design of the Reflections Menorah.
statement, the sculptural presence and the functional character of the
menorah- not only at Hanukkah time- were of primary concern in the
conception of the piece.
dynamic. The bases may be rotated , the modules, separated and combined
, emphasizing the illusion between reflection and transparency,
transforming into Shabath candlesticks, a candelabrum or a festive
comprised of 5 independent elements. The circular bases are made of
brushed and anodized aluminum. The shafts and the candle cups, of highly
polished silver plated bronze or sterling silver. The cups are
dimensioned to hold large and small candles or glass cups for oil.
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