Leaping Flame Ner Tamid


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Arti Wood Stains
 wood stain with brown and red coloring arti 486

Arti 486

Warm Brown
wood stain water based

Arti 1845

Brown dash of Mohangany

wood stain arti 1843 with lacquer

Arti 1843

Light Red-Brown

Cherrywood stain for wood arti
Arti 103

Mohagany Cherrywood

dark american walnut

Arti 110

Dark Walnut

Light Honey water based wood stain

Arti 1832

Light Honey

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Glass Colors for Temple Ner Tamids
Blown Glass Colors - Ner Tamid & Temple Glass Colors
Originally designed and produced for a new synagogue in Akron, OH, this ner tamid hanging high in the windown niche above the sanctuary.  This Ner Tamid consists of seven hand blown glass vessels in clear and transparent reds, oranges, and yellows.   The Eternal Light is lit by three LED spots mounted within the hand lathed wooden base.   Borosilicate blown glass is mounted to the bottom of the wood base and electricity is strung through the pole through the centre of the glass vessels and runs out the top from a solid brass hook.   Easy to hang or mount.   The Ner Tamid is more than a meter tall, the base a foot in diameter.
Stacked Vessels Ner Tamid to Suit your Synagogue This eternal light  consists of hand blown glass vessels. Although this  Ner Tamid  has been custom built according to the needs, style, and budget of our client, a similar ner tamid is currently available for sale. Other ner tamids can be made in this style in various colored glass and wood types. Please contact us for information on how to design and produce  an eternal light to suit your congregation, either in a similar or different  style. Each base  is lathed from solid wood and mounted with hand blown glass, made individually by artist Gabriel Bass. We offer your choice of wood color, unique detail work in carving and glass.  The price listed  approximates  for custom work in similar style, detail, and size. View an version of this ner tamid with blue flames.

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