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Michael Kupietzky

The Redemption Menorah


The Redemption menorah was created to reflect the miraculous story of Hanukah. The menorah depicts the Arch of Titus. Though traditionally viewed as a portrayal of the destruction of the Temple, the artist has interpreted this scene as one of redemption. It portrays the future return of the menorah to its rightful place on the Temple Mount.

The scene portrayed on the original monument in Rome was one of the earliest pictorial records of the Temple Menorah. The body of the menorah is composed of three steps made of Jerusalem stone, reminiscent of the three steps in front of the menorah. On the intermediate step are eight sterling silver oil lamps adorned with a Greek motif relating to the Hasmonean time period.

The uppermost step serves as a base for the sterling silver soldiers carrying the Menorah through the gates of Jerusalem. Above the gate is the shamash, a replica of an ancient Byzantine oil lamp. At the back of the menorah is a drawer which holds a sterling silver tweezer, candle inserts, and a funnel.

Each work is signed and numbered by the artist and is available in a limited edition. 1999, sterling silver and Jerusalem stone.


  • Height: 20 cm
  • Width: 30 cm

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About This Artist

Michael Kupietzky

Michael Kupietzky is a world renowned artist whose work can be seen in major Jewish museums and galleries in Europe, North America and Israel.

Michael was born in the United States in 1967 and immigrated to Israel with his family shortly before the 1973 Yom Kippur war. It soon became evident that he possessed manual dexterity and artistic talent.

In addition to yeshiva studies, Michael participated in a crafts-development program, in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem and at Bar Ilan University. He worked as an apprentice with stone masons Glaziers and silversmiths. Always keeping in mind the Bauhaus principle, "form follows function", Michael creates art that is up-to-date incorporating the latest technology and design innovations.

The vibrancy of his work and the striking simplicity of his designs place him on the cutting edge of contemporary design and the detailed craftsmanship on the traditional side of Jewish design. The shared quality in his work is the meaning behind the design. Through his background and thorough knowledge of classic Jewish texts and traditions, Michael is inspired to create works of art.

Michael also designs building interiors, Arks, custom made washing stations and memorials that embody the feeling and warmth of his personal Jewish experience. In his designs, Michael creates not only beautiful but functional and meaningful works of art.

Today Michael resides in the Judean Hills outside of Jerusalem, with his wife and children.

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