Each mouth-blown glass eternal lights is made to order and can be colored according to our glass palette and sized appropriately to fit the scale of the sanctuary. They can be fitted to hang or be mounted as a sconce.
Close to our intended shape, on this case, used as a sconce lamp.
In this artists' conception, the "fire sky" Ner Tamid is a triangular shape with colors drawn from the "fire sky" palette for the stained glass windows. This globe has a blue rim and is designed to hang from the room's ceiling.
This is the same shape as the Ner Tamid above, but blown in opposite colors, i.e. "water sky" blues with an orange rim.
Front view of a mouth-blown Ner Tamid globe.
Ner Tamid shown with electrical mounting wire.
Another shape close to our intended shape.
A rendering of the Ner Tamid
Aron Hakodesh, open with Ner Tamid
These renderings of the ark interior display the following features:
1. Five Torah Cradles, in two rows mounted on the back wall of the Ark.
2. Optional lighted cabinet below, 28" in height, with etched glass doors, in the "tohu v'vohu " design.
3. Inscription "Emet, Ahavah Chesed" in rasied metal lettering above.
4. Maple wood cladding on all interior surfaces of the Ark.
5. Blown glass Ner Tamid in colors taken from the stained glass design.
Schematic of the ark interior shows five torah cradles mpounted on the birch interior walls with text, in raised metal lettering above.
Artists' conception of the Ark interior with the Ark doors open against the stained glass surround. The "fire sky" Ner Tamid hangs above in the "water sky" composition of the surrounding stained glass sidelights and transom windows.
The "water sky" Ner Tamid hands in the "fire sky" composition of stained glass sidelights and transom.
Side elevation shows the position of the torahs and an optional cabinet below.
This front elevation of the Ark interior shows the optional lighted cabinet, below, with etched "tohu v'vohu" design on its glass doors.
Ner Tamid "Chai"
This mouth-blown Ner Tamid is shown with the Hebrew word "chai" emblazoned on the surface of the glass in gold leaf.