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Holiday Delights, Part II: Modern Menorahs

Welcome to the second installment of Holiday Delights where we will celebrate Hannukah! Yesterday I showed you pretty fab ornaments and today I have found modern menorahs. Here are my picks:

Aluminum Modern Menorah, $32, available here.

Sawaya & Moroni Acrylic Menorah, $398, available here.

A couple more,

Shapes Menorah, $38, available here.

Menorah by Nambé, $150, available here.

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wren074 wren074 10 years
My boss is Jewish. I was considering buying her the first one. It's just so beautiful, but do you think that would be inappropriate?
Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt 10 years
ahaaaa! thanks for the info liron ♥ I'll keep this in mind. I mean all my in-laws know that I'm not jewish but I'd rather be informed of this kind of things before opening my mouth to say something silly :-P Thanks again. I'll check out the wikipedia links. _____________________________________________ ~~ This is Buggville City Park, a place to play! - Dragonfly ~~
liron liron 10 years
Shiloh Jolie Pitt - Aw naw, it's not as confusing as it sounds! The Hannukiyot, which is what Fabsugar posted, are what you find on Hannukah cards and which are lighted on Hannukah, one candle for each night (and the center one to light them all). Menoras look almost the same, but have 7 candle holders instead of 9. The menora is not lit on Hannukah, but it only used in the synagogues. The hannukiya is kind of a "pimped up" menora (only physical difference between them is the number of candle holders), but sometimes the word "Menora" is used when referring to "hannukiya", in the US.
Fashion Fashion 10 years
Hi gals! Thanks for the interesting info liron! That's why I love it when you all comment - so we can learn from each other. Hope you enjoyed the Menorahs either way! xo
Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt 10 years
wow I'm so confused. Liron elaborate pls. I'm always decorating my Holiday cards with these hanukkiyahs to send to my jewish relatives... ______________________________________ ~~ Deck the halls with tchotchkes ~~
Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt 10 years
I LOVE THESE MENORAHS!!!! ______________________________________ ~~ Deck the halls with tchotchkes ~~
liron liron 10 years
Here's a nice wikipedia article on the Menora: Here's one about the Hannukiya: Technically, a Hannikuya is a type of Menora, but I believe the only country that still calls it a Menora (when they mean Hannukiya) is the US. The Menora's use today is more a symbolic one, it's rarely used in conjunction to a certain holiday. It's modern use is mainly being used as the symbol of the state of Israel.
peepshow peepshow 10 years
I'm learning, not wanting to be offensive: what's a menora used for if the hannukiya is used at Hannukah?
liron liron 10 years
Sorry to be a little petty here, but none of those are Menoras. A menora has places for only 7 candles and has nothing to do with Hannukah. The candle holders above are called a "Hannukiya" (plural: Hannikiyot) - same as a menora but holds 9 candles, 8 for the nights of hannukah and one to light them all.
becca6 becca6 10 years
I like them all except for the yellow acrylic one. =/ meh <3 Hanukkah
JessNess JessNess 10 years
I love these!!!! I dont celebrate hannukah but I always wanted a menorah...I just think they are pretty I like to go to overseas places- like Canada! -Britney Spears
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