Luxist Holiday Guide: Amazing Menorahs
What: Menorahmorph in Lime
Why: Hot designer Karim Rashid brings his love of the blob to the menorah. It was created in honor of the centennial of the Jewish museum and also comes in pink or blue with matching candles.
How Much: It sells for $50
Why: The popular designer of beautiful metal objects creates a simple and modern menorah that matches perfectly with contemporary decor.
How Much: It sells for $150.
What: Tamara Baskin Technicolor Menorah
Why: Talented glass designer Tamara Baskin creates a variety of vibrant glass menorahs to add a dash of stunning color to a gray December.
How Much: It sells for $200
What: Pomegranates Menorah by Lev Designs
Why: The sophisticated half moon shaped Menorah has a stainless steel pomegranate emblem in the center surrounded by wood spirals. The design is sand blasted in oak and then stained with two-tone color. The candleholders are aluminum.
How Much: It sells for $249
What: Tulip Menorah
Why: Whimsical and just a touch precious, this pewter menorah features enameled tulip candleholders and red ladybugs meandering around the stems and base.
How Much: It sells for $175
What: Ahava Menorah
Why: This bright ceramic menorah from DetailsArt has rainbow-colored hearts as candleholders and is decorated with an image of the Tree of Life. There is Hebrew lettering at its base, as well as the words "Ahava Is Love."
How Much: It sells for $58
What: Jay Strongwater Flower Menorah
Why: This beautiful over-the-top menorah is a twirl of swirling vines and flowers accented with Swarovski crystals.
How Much: It sells for $1200
What: Lenox Menorah
Why: This china menorah with nine swirled candle holders is decorated with a floral pattern incorporating "shalom," the Hebrew word for "peace."
How Much: It sells for $159.95
What: Last Match Menorah
Why: For those with a sense of humor, this design by Kathleen Walsh has matchsticks and a base of white pine with match heads of cast porcelain which hold candle oil.
How Much: It sells for $240
What: Electric Display Menorah
Why: At over 3 feet tall, this electric menorah can be used indoors or outside. it has nine separate wwitches that control each light.
How Much: It sells for $675
What: Judah Electric Menorah
Why: This one comes from Donavan Design and is a lot more understated and elegant but still negates having to mess around with candles. For indoor use only, the 30-inch-tall Judah Menorah is made of antique barnwood, hand-carved wood, silver plate and polished copper mesh.
How Much: It sells for $2800