German Ceramic New Life Menorah

1947 - 1948

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Ceramic menorah manufactured in Marktredwitz, Germany, by liberated Jews for use among displaced Holocaust survivors.

  • Ceramic menorah of a tree cut down almost to a stump, yet still alive as it shows new life with the growth of a branch, this branch is the shamash, the servant light of the menorah.
  • Only 351 one were assembled in the ceramic workshop between June 1947 and February 1948.
  • Hallmarked Employment Board and in Hebrew Production of the Remnants of the Refugees in the Diaspora of Germany.
  • This piece is final sale and not eligible for return.
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Dimensions
Height: 4.25 inches / 10.79 cm
Width: 9.75 inches / 24.77 cm
Materials
Ceramic
Period
Mid-Century Modern
Decorative Style
Transitional Style
Country of Origin
Germany
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