This is a vintage ceramic Hanukkah menorah from Kfar Menachem, Israel and has 9 cups for the candles. It is blue and white, hand painted and has a tag on the bottom that states all the above and additionally has some Hebrew lettering which also translates to Kfar Menachem. The piece stands 7 5/8" tall and is 8" wide. It has a blue flow look to it's motif. There is some crazing but I'm unsure if it's all from age or is a purposeful glaze on the menorah. There is some slight candle wax remaining in the cups but can be removed with boiling water. It's about 30 years old. Note: Kfar Menachem is a kibbutz in Israel located about 7 km east of Kiryat Malakhi in south-central Israel. Today the kibbutz hosts a regional museum. I believe this piece was probably purchased there.