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Eight Menorahs To Brighten Hanukkah

With Hanukkah just over a month away, it’s time to consider how you’re going to make your home look festive this season. And, when it comes to the Festival of Lights, it’s the tradition of lighting the menorah each evening that shines brightest.

If this is your first Hanukkah away from home, and you’ve never had your own menorah? Maybe you’re in the market to buy one as a cherished gift, or you’d like to add another for your own home. If you’re looking for a new menorah, here are several ideas that range from traditional to ultra modern.

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This stylish menorah from Pottery Barn blends brass vines with a vintage looking mercury base. Price: $149.


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A modern take on the menorah comes as stacks of chunky optical crystal. Candles not included. Available through One Kings Lane. Price: $30.


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This nickel-plated Tree of Life menorah designed by Michael Aram offers an elegant take. Available through Nordstrom. Price: $159.



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For a modern twist, this sleek Illume Nambe alloy menorah, designed by Todd Myers, is available from Neiman Marcus. Price: $175.


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This bejeweled Floral and Vine menorah from Jay Strongwater may blow your budget, but it’ll make a stunning addition to your holiday festivities. Available through Neiman Marcus. Price: $2700.


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For the younger set, this fun and colorful wooden menorah set includes 19 pieces. Available through The Jewish Museum Shops. Price: $34.


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What it lacks in tradition, this modern electric menorah makes up for in practicality for those who want to light it and forget it. No worries about catching the drapes on fire. Available The Jewish Museum Shops. Price: $55.
Consider this kinetic menorah, by Adi Sidler, that you can arrange differently each evening. From aJudaica.com. Price: $232.20.

Do you have a special menorah? A collection? Let’s see them. Send your photographs to socialmedia@ajc.com or post them on Instagram with the hashtag #AJCdiy.

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