8 Days of Menorahs To Light Up Your Holidays
Celebrate the miracle of light with an eye-catching menorah that suits your style. Menorahs come in all shapes and sizes, but always have eight candles to represent the eight days of this Jewish holiday. From traditional to modern and eclectic, click through to see our favorite menorahs.
This handcrafted Menorah from Israel is inspired by origami, and would add a modern, geometric look to any Hanukkah dinner table.
For a more traditional take on a menorah, opt for this black cast-metal piece. Take cues from above and mix it with metallic candles for an industrial look.
This gold menorah feels decadent, and calls to mind the gilded chocolate gelt that’s traditionally given out on Hanukkah. Designer Michael Aram says this Menorah “reflects an elegant lifestyle that is edgy, fashionable, and modern.”
A silver finish and fluid shape define these traditional menorahs, while ombre candles offer a modern spin.
This menorah is the perfect gift for those who have a soft spot for dogs. This piece is handcrafted in New York by Jonathan Adler and his team, and is then sent to Peru where skilled artisans add the finishing touches.
A whimsical take on the traditional candelabra, this deconstructed design allows for more customization. Available in a variety of colors and patterns, the handmade piece comes all the way from Israel.
For a truly unique menorah, this design from Peter Shire might pique your interest. Inspired by industrial design, odd geometric figures and bright colors, you can view it from afar at The Jewish Museum.
Symbolic of peace, this olive branch menorah would be the perfect subtle and elegant centerpiece to a holiday tablescape.