Handcrafted Walnut & Brass Menorah
Woodin’ it be nice.
We worked closely with the designer to make this one-of-a-kind menorah, swapping out silver candle holders with brass and tinkering with the shape until it was juuust right. Wait, are the candle inserts...yes! Reclaimed shell casings add a vintage touch to the sleek wood lines of the menorah’s base. Let Hanukkah begin.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Chestnut Ridge, New york
Figured Walnut with brass casing. Each menorah is unique, walnut grain pattern will vary among curly, burl, or crotch.
Minimalist is 8.75"L x 1"W x 2.25"H; Cinched is 8.5"L x 0.75"W x 2.25"H
Care & Notes
To remove the candle wax’s build up from the casing, use a wooden tool such as a chopstick or a barbecue bamboo stick. Any wax dropping on the wood or the casings can be gently scraped off with a wooden tool, or be dissolved by rubbing it with a cloth moistened with mineral spirits. if you wish to revive the sheen on the casings use a brass polisher or steel wool.
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