Menorah Silver Brass Stone and ceramic are some of the nowadays materials used to create a menorah. As a result of that, there are a wide variety of Hanukah menorah available.
Hanukah menorah, common in modern Hebrew as chanukiah or hanukkiah , is a candelabra with 9 branches lit during the eight-day of Hanuka. On every night of Hanuka, every Jew uses the 9th candle (Shamash= servant) to light the daily amount of candles.
The Shamash must be on a higher or lower level than the main eight candles or oil lamps.
One is not allowed to make use of the Menorah light, therefore the Shamash remains lit all along the daily candles. The Menorah is among the most important produced articles of Jewish religious Ceremonial art.