Monday, November 29, 2010

I can see a little light... an ode to beautiful menorahs

I have spent way too much time lately seeking out the oddest, ugliest and just plain goofiest menorahs I can find.  Luckily, along the way I also found some truly spectacular menorahs. So, in the true spirit of the holiday, here are some amazing menorahs to light up your Hanukkah.

I love just about all of the menorahs at Modern Tribe, but I really, really love the ChanuKKit - 8 Menorahs Made of Wax.  This modern - and totally eco-friendly - menorah is actually eight separate menorahs made completely out of wax, one for each night. I love the fabulous triangular box they come in too.  For all these reasons, this is the menorah we'll be lighting at our house this year.

Other menorahs I think our pure genius include:

The Energy Alternative Menorah: This menorah from the Museum of Tolerance features the symbols for biofuel, electric, wind, coal, nuclear, natural gas, solar and water, and provides a quiet reminder to adopt alternative energy sources.



The Wine Cork Menorah: Part of me wants to mock this, but why? It's small, travel-friendly and Kosher.


And until I leave menorahs until next year, I leave you just one final - very ugly - menorah:

Happy Hanukkah everyone!

1 comment:

Jill said...

I like the Energy Alternative one. Pretty!

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