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Extraordinary Solid Cobalt Blue Glass Menorah In The Shape Of The Western Wall For Sale
We purchased this COBALT BLUE GLASS MENORAH several years ago.
It was part of an art glass exhibition. When wesaw it at first we didn'trealizethat it was aMenorah. As we looked closer we saw that the artisan who created it was inspired bytheWailing Wall ( Western Wall ).He or shemoulded the Cobalt Blue Glasstoresemble the roughly hewnstones thatcomprise the holiest site in the Jewish religion.
Solid Cobalt Blue Glass has a luster when light passes through it. Itglows as can be seen in pictures 1,2 and 3.The Menorah is very heavy as all Cobalt Blue Glass articles are. It weighs 5 1/2 pounds. It's slightly curved as can be seen in picture 4. All togetherit's 10 1/2 inches long. It stands 4inches high. Each end is about an inch thick. In the middle it's 1 1/2 inches thick.The nine candle holders are white plastic.
The pictures that accompany this sale are of the actual article that the buyer will receive. Because of it's weight we will limit sales to within the United States. The shipping cost shown is based on using aPost Office large flat rate box. If the buyer should live where the mailing cost is less we will adjust it accordingly.
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Extraordinary Solid Cobalt Blue Glass Menorah In The Shape Of The Western Wall: $30