A wood-framed ceiling lamp with an eye-catching pattern has become a national symbol of the Jewish people, but not without controversy.
The lampshades were designed by Jewish artist and writer Esther Lutvitsky in the 1920s and 1930s, and were later restored and sold at auction.
The Lutvsky lampshaders were created for use by Jewish families to light their homes during the Jewish holidays of Purim and Yom Kippur.
Now, they are the subject of a new documentary, which was filmed in the US, and has been shared widely.
In the US and in Israel, the lampshaded ceiling lamps are known as “biblot-sheh”, and have become symbols of a community that has faced discrimination in the past.
In Israel, many of the original lampshading lamps are kept in the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Jerusalem.
They are on display in a museum in Tel Aviv, and are displayed in an outdoor space in Jerusalem’s Old City.
The documentary examines the story behind the lamp and how it came to be a symbol of Israel.
Esther Lutsky, the woman behind the design The lamp was created by Esther LUTVITSKY.
Esther was born in Vienna in 1894, and grew up in the city of Vienna.
Her parents were jewish immigrants.
Esther had her first inkling of jewish culture when she was 10 years old, when she noticed a small metal object protruding from the wall.
Esther said the lamp reflected a “shiny” light which reminded her of the jewish lights.
“I had no idea what it was, I was very confused,” she said.
“But it was so bright and had a big red light which made me feel very happy.”
Esther’s family emigrated to Palestine in 1923, and settled in the town of Tiberias, in the West Bank.
The family moved to a house in a small Jewish village called Tiberia, and Esther became the eldest of five children.
She started learning to draw when she started to take an interest in the art of the time.
Esther went on to teach herself to paint, and she also started to draw herself.
In 1925, she began working as a painter, and in 1928, the family relocated to Jerusalem, to the village of Kibbutz Eliyahu.
The move to Jerusalem brought with it a new identity.
“There were no Jewish children living in the village and no Jewish schools in the area, so I had to make my own, so that I could live a normal life and learn to live my life as a Jew,” she told Al Jazeera.
Esther began to work on a book called “Lets Paint a Jew” in 1930, which she published as an illustrated book, before it was published in 1937, and became a bestseller.
She also started a publishing house, and wrote two poetry collections, “I Will Be” and “The Way”.
But her most important work was the book “Kol ha-chayim” (The Lamp), which was published between 1941 and 1943.
In 1943, the US-backed Japanese occupation of the city forced Esther to flee, and her family fled to England, where they settled in East Sussex, the Sussex countryside.
Esther continued to paint and paint and write, and eventually her family moved again to the US.
Her family remained in the United States, and it is estimated that at least 150,000 Jewish children in the country still have Jewish heritage.
“The Lamp” became a book of Jewish history, and was first published in 1946, but it was not until 1958 that the book was officially declared a national treasure.
The Lamp Shader was created to be the national symbol for Israel.
It was adopted by the government of Israel in 1960, and is still considered by many to be one of the most significant works of Jewish art.
“It has had a very big impact on our country,” Esther said.
Esther has had her share of critics over the years, and the lamp’s original creator, Leon Joffe, said the project has caused her some discomfort.
“This is a woman who had a Jewish upbringing, who had an incredible love for her homeland, who was inspired by the stories she had read about the life of the Jews in the Middle East,” he told Al-Jazeera.
“So when she put the lamp on the shelves of stores, I got upset.”
The lamp’s story The story behind “The Light” is told in the documentary, and begins with Esther, who has been working on her own book for a decade, and who now lives in New York.
The film’s documentary director, Nava Zvi, said that the story of the lamp has become so well known in the last 25 years, that she had to create an official history of the story.
“To have an official version of Esther Luttzky’s