However you choose to look at it, this one-of-a-kind menorah is a perfect example of functional art for use each year on Chanukah, and all year-long when displayed as Jewish art.
This menorah was inspired by the stones of Jerusalem's Western Wall under a cerulean blue sky. It is hand-shaped it in organic lines from clay hewn from Israel's holy ground. I used a contemporary approach to the surface design to reflect its relevancy and use to this very day.
It has hand-painted 22K gold accents that are fired on after the bisque and glaze firings and a sign of the preciousness of Jerusalem.
This is a gift that will be treasured for years to come, whether you give it to yourself, or to someone lucky enough to receive it as a wedding gift, or for any simcha or occasion that calls for something special.