Menorah - Jewish symbol. Menorah (Hanukiah) is a staple of Hanukkah.
The Miracle of the oil lasted for eight days.
So we light Hanukkah candles. Major part in the mitzvah is to spread the miracle of the oil tin.
Therefore, and are commanded to light candles and place the menorah in a public place for all to see the candles burning.
But what happens if the weather is rainy or too windy - The candles of the Menorah will go out
The Menorah House – protect the candels
The Handmade Menorah House made of copper or brass, The menorah house protect the menorah and the candles inside it.
There are two vents for smoke come out. The front side has two transparent glass doors that can be open.
The menorah house allows to place your menorah in a public place or on the windowsill without fear of candles goes out.
Just put the menorah (Hanukiah) inside the menorah house and place it where ever you want. So that everyone will enjoy the light of candles.
The history of this particular Menorah
For years, There was a small store for Judaica located at "Geula" neighborhood in Jerusalem.
There are not many shops like this anymore. During the year, At His free time the owner used to build menorahs houses in his both hands.
And when Hanukkah came he was selling all of the menorahs. When he passed away all the menorahs passed to his son - Jacob Illuz. The artist of Shaked designs. Jacob decided to continue the tradition of his father and began to build menorah
just like as his father.