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Love It or Hate It? Salusa Lampworked Glass Menorah

As impressed as I am by the craftsmanship of the Salusa Glassworks Web Menorah ($410) and its shadow-casting, cellular shape, I don’t think I’ll ever warm up to tie-dye again; the Grateful Dead and one particular Birkenstock-ridden mountain town kind of scarred me for life. Would you light this menorah in your home?

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endomental endomental 8 years
It's interesting...
Home Home 8 years
you are too right about the shape, kscincotta (see what my humanities education did to me)? amending with your suggestion!
danixk danixk 8 years
the colors are terrible. that's all! -dani
kscincotta kscincotta 8 years
Not to be a total science jerk, but that looks nothing like DNA. More like a network of cells or something. It is, however, a very creative approach to a menorah.
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