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Nov 19 2012

Our Favorite Menorahs for Hanukkah 2012

By at 5:01 pm

When it comes to Hanukkah, menorahs are kind of a big deal. You’ll have to look at it for eight days straight, so you better find one you really like. Here are our favorites from ModernTribe.

glass menorah modern tribeThis Glass Menorah ($24.00) is both elegant and a bargain. It provides a simple base so you can get creative with colorful candles. Even better, its clear design prevents a clashing with any of your holiday decor.

olive branch menorahIf you prefer simple candles and an elaborate menorah, consider this gorgeous Michael Aram Olive Branch Menorah($259.00). Available in nickelplate bronze or oxidized bronze, this menorah is a peace offering of the utmost beauty.

puzzle menorahFor something a little more whimsical, consider this fun Puzzle Menorah ($159.00). Composed of nine individual pieces, it can be rearranged into any colorful order and design you or your child pleases. Safety tip: rearrange BEFORE you light the candles.

pink cadillac menorahIf you’re feeling more than a little whimsical and extremely pink, the Pink Cadillac Menorah($64.00) is a must-have. A showstopper for adults and children alike, consider making this super fun menorah part of your (or your car-loving relative’s) holiday!

small scooter menorahIf your Pink Cadillac needs a partner in crime, you obviously need the Vespa Scooter Moped Menorah ($48.00). It’s a lot less expensive than a real one!

blue and white star of david menorah

For the family that celebrates Hanukkah on the go, the Star of David Travel Menorah ($135.00) is both elegant and compact. The individual puzzle pieces are lightweight and can be stored in a convenient wooden travel box.

milne modern menorahThe Ian Milne Modern Menorah ($270.00-$310.00) is a chic addition to any Hanukkah table. The menorah is available in both brass and aluminum, for two different but equally eye-catching styles.

glow stick menorahAnd if you’re not quite ready to let your kids play with fire, the Glow Stick Menorah ($18-$32) is the perfect solution. The acrylic menorah holds up nine miniature glow sticks, and no open flames mean no worries for the whole family (i.e. Mom).

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