Rite Lite Brass And Enamel Hanukkah Menorah Nib 9 Candle Model M-600
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Rite Lite Brass And Enamel Hanukkah Menorah Nib 9 Candle Model M-600:
This is a classic 9 branch Hanukkah menorah, still in its original box. It measures about 4.5x9 inches. It was made by Rite Lite of Brooklyn NY, but I don't know which country it was made in. The design is not current, so there's no way to be sure; the gray-blue base doesn't give any clues. It's marked model M-600 and UPC 08982400043. The candle cups are held into the enameled metal plate with screws. The chamesh is at the top of the two-handled vase or urn at the back of the piece. As far as I know, this has only been out out of the box to be photographed.
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