rabbit and carrot menorahby Harry Leaf
- the story
Feast-ival Of Lights
Feed your love of family and tradition with Harry Leaf's whimsical Rabbit and Carrot Menorah. A feast for both the eyes and heart, it makes a charming and unexpected centerpiece for your holiday gathering. Let the friendly rabbit help you light the candles each of the eight nights, and commemorate the occasion with some traditional comfort foods. Handmade in San Francisco.
Each is one-of-a-kind and will vary slightly.
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- Approx. 11" L x 1" W x 2.5" H
- Hand wash with soap and warm water.
- the maker
San Francisco law student-turned-sculptor Harry Leaf earned his law degree in 1989 before asking himself "what was I thinking?" Leaf soon redirected his path to pursue his true passions: painting and sculpting.
Leaf sculpts touching and curious forms that inspire and delight, like his original Bunny On Couch sculptures, made to bring everyday art and humor into the lives of art lovers.
Leaf's glazing and design techniques have evolved over the years to include a variety of colored clay, finishes and firing temperatures--spinning new and unusual textures for exceptional new pieces.
Leaf's ceramics have been displayed in shops and galleries across the country and in the homes of collectors around the world. He hand-crafts and hand-glazes each piece in his San Francisco studio. collection
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Comments about RABBIT AND CARROT MENORAH:
I was looking for a menorah for a gift that was different from traditional judaica. This is definatley cute, but for the price I was expecting something impressive. This is not. It is amusing but looks like a craft my child might make in a ceramics class. It is also very tiny overall and the holes for the candles are so shallow and small they are dangerous- candles don't fit and can tip over and cause a fire. Looks more like a toy than a real menorah.