These Hanukkah Menorahs are all signed, one-of-a-kind pieces. The theme for these hanukkiot is the unifying heritage that binds us to our Fathers and Mothers and to each other. Our forefathers and mothers appear at windows. Their hands hold symbols as clues to their identity. Sarah and Abraham have an alef because they were the first Jews and believed in one G-d. We appear at windows beside these ancient figures in all our many faces. We are Ethiopian, Russian, and Asian. We are chassids, and we are secular. Some of the hanukkiot include the second blessing recited when we light the Hanukkah candles. We thank G-d for the miracles he bestowed upon our fathers and mothers.

The pieces were all thrown on the wheel and have hand-built additions. While the figures and candle holders are all glazed, the main body of the houses are not. The unglazed surface is meant to resemble stucco.

Prices vary between $1,600.00 and $2,200.00 depending upon complexity.