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- Date of production 1930s
- Place of creation Central Europe
- Dimensions height: 20 cm, width: 18 cm, depth: 2 cm
- ID no. OSK/234
- Object copyright The Cultural Meeting Centre in Dąbrowa Tarnowska
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- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska's Virtual Museums project
This unusual Hanukkah lamp was set on a wooden base, in the middle of which there is a small wall made of two planks, reinforced with another plank and a metal plaque on the back. To the front of the wall, a cast-iron chandelier is fixed.more
This unusual Hanukkah lamp was set on a wooden base, in the middle of which there is a small wall made of two planks, reinforced with another plank and a metal plaque on the back. To the front of the wall, a cast-iron chandelier is fixed. On an oblong slat standing on four small legs, there are eight containers for oil. On the decorative back wall, there is a motif of menorah flanked by two antithetically turned lions. To the upper right-hand corner of the wooden wall, a shamash is attached. It is an additional ninth movable arm used to light the other eight. The Hanukkah lamp comes from a shtiebel (Yiddish: little room – a Hasidic chamber or house of prayer) of Samuel Hirsz Roth, who died in 1995 and was the last religious Jew in Dąbrowa Tarnowska.
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