Nope, not Jewish, but that doesn't mean we can't appreciate beautiful design. We've rounded up a few favorite Menorahs to help our Jewish friends celebrate the Festival of Light in style. Oh and if you were wondering, Hanukkah starts December 1st and lasts for eight days. We've done a round-up of our favorites, starting with this version from pipe fittings found on Etsy ($180).
For kids you might want to have a flame-free option. We think this Pottery Barn Kids wooden Menorah is might clever ($49). Simply turn the blocks over to reveal each candle.
Here's a daring departure from tradition, Jonathan Adler--a porcelain peacock ($120)
Area Menorah ($150) Solid, simple we like this cast iron creation. 11 x 11 x 3.5 inches. Unbreakable.
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And for more pops of color this season how about a Dori Menorah from MacKenzie-Childs ($188). This is handmade of terra cotta with golden candle cups. 13"W x 6"D x 12
The latest--added from barneys.com Michael Aram Pomegranate Menorah ($195)
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