Light the Candles in Style: Most Beautiful Menorahs
Hanukkah kicks off at sundown on December 20. Celebrate with one of these unique menorahs made from porcelain, marble, cast iron, wood, silicone, steel and more.(12 Photos)
A stunning shade of teal with gold accents, Jonathan Adler’s porcelain peacock menorah will be hard to put away when Hanukkah is over.
Get it Now: Teal Peacock Menorah, $125 at Jonathanadler.comJonathanadler.com
With button-on flames, this playful menorah will keep little ones happy. They’ll love lighting the “flames” and learning that the candles were once sweaters.
Get it Now: AgainGoods’ Menorah with Button-on Flames, $60 at Etsy.comAgain Goods
Not kosher by any means, this adorable dachshund would be a fun addition to a non-traditional home. Made with high-fired stoneware, it has a matte white glaze.
Get it Now: Dachshund Menorah, $120 at Jonathanadler.comJonathanadler.com
Designed by a father and daughter duo, this fine glass menorah has nine individual pieces that can be used as candleholders throughout the year.
Get it Now: Flexus Menorah, $125 at momastore.orgMOMASTORE.CORG
This olive branch menorah from American artist Michael Aram does double duty. As a menorah, it symbolizes peace. The rest of the year, it can be displayed upside down as a small sculpture.
Get it Now: Olive Branch Menorah, $239 michaelaram.comMichael Aram
Like Peas in a Pod
Inspired by the pea shell, artist Anat Basanta says this beautifully simple menorah also symbolizes the special tree species that’s unique to Israel. The candle holes are about the size of a pea and the menorah comes in brass or aluminum.
Get it Now: Pea Menorah, $135 go to Contemporary Judaica Designs for a list of Canadian retailers.
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Made from steel, the nine individual pieces of this menorah fit together like a puzzle. Let relatives hold onto certain pieces and have fun arranging it together each year.
Get it Now: Delia Furniture’s Menorah Puzzle, $125 at Etsy.comEtsy.com
Rainbow Cone Menorah
Each of the anodized aluminum cones in this colorful menorah is detachable. Kids will love coming up with different combinations clicking them into the stainless steel frame.
Get it Now: Rainbow Cone Menorah, $250 at Lauracowan.comLauracowan.com
Made from recycled glass, this no-frills menorah won't break the bank and works well as a modern centerpiece.
Get it Now: $24.99 at West ElmWest Elm
Modern and Stylish
With a nine branch candelabrum made from silver plate brass and a sleek shesham wood base, this modern menorah is both stylish and stunning.
Get it Now: Roost Modern Menorah, $52 at orangeandpear.comorangeandpear.com
Modern Meets Classic
Made of recycled white oak staves from French wine barrels, this eco-friendly menorah combines modern style with a classic elegance that’ll work in almost any home.
Get it Now: Still Novo Design’s Green Ludwig Menorah, $199.99 at Etsy.comStill Novo
With a nod to a popular children's game played during Hanukkah, this menorah features nine earthenware dreidels. Use them with tiny tapers for a bright tabletop or mantle display.
Get it Now: Chanukah Menorah, $49.95 at Williams-Sonoma.caWilliams-Sonoma