Yaakov Hoffman’s collection of unusual Chanukah menorahs sheds light on one of our most beloved ritual items Photos: Naftoli Goldgrab & Lior Mizrahi They began as humble oil containers made out of clay. But as the centuries passed, expert craftsmen turned the Chanukah menorah into a stunning work of art. During a recent visit to
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