9 Memorable Menorahs for a Stylish Hanukkah Table
These artfully designed menorahs offer a modern-day take for a holiday that dates back to biblical times
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Hanukkah falls on December 8 to 16 this year, which gives you just enough time to find an amazing menorah to celebrate in style. I've been really impressed with the new designs at some of my favorite home design sources, pushing expectations and allowing us to commemorate a traditional holiday with our modern-day sensibilities.
Fused Glass Menorah - $200
Add some color besides the normal blue and silver to your holiday decor with a fused glass menorah by Tamara Baskin. Inspired by Jacob's technicolor dream coat, this menorah adds pizzazz.
Breakable Menorah - $129
Another conceptual piece, called the Breakable Menorah, requires you to snap a candleholder for each day of the holiday to use it. You break each once and then use the candleholders in their broken state year after year.
Chanukah Menorah in Solid Walnut and Copper by Nelson Crossing - $98
This walnut and copper design would be welcome in any modern home. A delightful interpretation by Nelson Crossing, it's a unique Etsy find.
Candlesticks United Menorah
Lastly, I was tickled pink by the Candlesticks United menorah. The menorah was used a symbol of unity in biblical times. The use of candlesticks from ceremonies past, found and reused in a collaborative effort to create one new menorah, has a beautiful sentiment to it. This piece is from the portfolio of Reddish Studio and not for retail sale, but be sure to contact the designer if you are interested in it.