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Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah
Glass Chanukiah

Glass Chanukiah

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$235.00
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Our borosilicate glass Chanukiah is an ode to the Festival of Lights. Designed to accommodate oil candles (vs wax candles); when lit, each contour of the unconventional glass material glows. Modern and lucid, glass spheres support each candle cup adding dimension to this minimalist design. Crafted through flamework and made of temperature-resistant borosilicate glass and offered in three distinct colorways, the Glass Chanukiah brings an ethereal quality to this ancient, yet timeless shape and ritual. Designed to accommodate oil candles 24mm and under, sold separately, and available at many online Judaica retailers. Made in partnership with Sophie Lou Jacobson.
Hand wash when empty.
Borosilicate glass
Chances are you’re not using an actual “menorah” to light your Chanukah candles, but rather a “chanukiah.” A menorah, which has seven spots to hold candles rather than eight, is derived from the oil candelabra that Jews used as a mobile temple during the second century, when a tyrant Greek king outlawed Judaism throughout Judea and Samaria. As the 2,200-year-old legend has it, when the Jews’ religious freedom was finally restored they moved to rededicate the Second Temple in Jerusalem. When they went to light their menorah at their new temple, it stayed aflame for eight nights even though there was only a single day’s worth of oil.

Fast forward to centuries later. The menorah’s modern incarnation is the chanukiah, which has a total of nine spots to hold candles: Eight spots for the eight nights of Chanukah the oil miraculously burned, and a ninth spot designated for the shammash (helper candle) which is used to light the others.

Today, many Jews continue to use olive oil for their Chanukah lighting rituals, as it’s considered the most traditional method of observing this ancient holiday.
Our borosilicate glass Chanukiah is an ode to the Festival of Lights. Designed to accommodate oil candles (vs wax candles); when lit, each contour of the unconventional glass material glows. Modern and lucid, glass spheres support each candle cup adding dimension to this minimalist design. Crafted through flamework and made of temperature-resistant borosilicate glass and offered in three distinct colorways, the Glass Chanukiah brings an ethereal quality to this ancient, yet timeless shape and ritual. Designed to accommodate oil candles 24mm and under, sold separately, and available at many online Judaica retailers. Made in partnership with Sophie Lou Jacobson.
Hand wash when empty.
Borosilicate glass
Chances are you’re not using an actual “menorah” to light your Chanukah candles, but rather a “chanukiah.” A menorah, which has seven spots to hold candles rather than eight, is derived from the oil candelabra that Jews used as a mobile temple during the second century, when a tyrant Greek king outlawed Judaism throughout Judea and Samaria. As the 2,200-year-old legend has it, when the Jews’ religious freedom was finally restored they moved to rededicate the Second Temple in Jerusalem. When they went to light their menorah at their new temple, it stayed aflame for eight nights even though there was only a single day’s worth of oil.

Fast forward to centuries later. The menorah’s modern incarnation is the chanukiah, which has a total of nine spots to hold candles: Eight spots for the eight nights of Chanukah the oil miraculously burned, and a ninth spot designated for the shammash (helper candle) which is used to light the others.

Today, many Jews continue to use olive oil for their Chanukah lighting rituals, as it’s considered the most traditional method of observing this ancient holiday.

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