Best Modern Menorahs 2010
Each year there are more and more beautiful menorahs on the market to celebrate Hanukkah. Some are sleek and modern, some are unabashedly traditional, all offer a lovely way to commemorate the festival of lights in style.
Michael Aram's beautiful Olive Branch menorah is available in oxidized bronze or polished nickel and sells for $210.
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This classic Menorah designed by Josh Owen is solid, simple, and ceremonial and has integrated tray to catch wax drippings
and a safe resting place for a used match while it is still hot. It is made of cast iron and sells for $150.
The evoca collection from l'objet includes a menorah which is hand shaped from a brass base which is then nickel-plated to give it a shimmering finish. The bamboo accents are gilded in 24k gold accents and soldered in sterling silver. It sells for $385.
The Silver Dove Menorah is handcrafted of silver-plated brass with a a detachable dreidel. It comes with candles and sells for $266.
The Sea Light Menorah is crafted by artists Mark and Diane Weisbeck. Each menorah is created using mirror polished aluminum and reclaimed ebony wood recycled from guitar fret boards. Each menorah is custom made and signed and sells for $295.
This menorah is made from separate pieces of recycled iron and sells for $100 at ABC Carpet & Home.
This colorful puzzle menorah is made from anodized aluminum puzzle pieces and can be arranged and re-arranged to your heart's delight. It comes in a wooden travel/storage box and sells for $159 from Modern Tribe.
The Rainbow Rocket Menorah is made of eight separate candlesticks and one taller candlestick for the Shamash. It is made from highly polished stainless steel and anodized aluminum and sells for $1150.
This classic menorah already looks like it's been around for years. It is solid brass with an antique pewter finish and a lofty 19" high. It sells for $199.
This winter inspired manzanita menorah glimmers in high-shine nickel-plate and sells for $49 from West Elm.