Celebrate Hanukkah with 8 nights of candlelight, shining from a beautiful new menorah. Can’t decide which style to choose? Light up several each evening.
Try a contemporary look with glass candelabrums. Discover several different styles, all featuring the modern look of glass. Try one with elevated candlesticks, allowing plenty of space for Star of David adornments. Try the opposite design with 8 short branches (and a slightly higher Shamash candle spot) on a sheet of glass. A glass plate perched only a bit off the table leaves room for a dreidel outfitted base. Try frosted glass to mimic the snowy landscape outside, or elevate the look by choosing a crystal menorah—equipped with plenty of candles.
Prefer a metal base? Allow nightly light to reflect off shimmering silver branches. Keep to sleek, simple styling or more intricate, nature inspired candelabrums. Allow tree limb or botanical leaf designs to ornately cover each stem. Or for a look where natural, metallic design meets glass, try a piece with the Tree of Life etched into the glass background. Branch out into a new color palette, while still incorporating a natural wonder, with a peacock inspired porcelain piece.
Enjoy a beautiful menorah for 8 nights of Hanukkah, but pick out an ornament to hang on the wall for décor that can be appreciated all season long. Choose majestic gold tones, intermixed with traditional blue and silver coloration. A hand-painted glass ornament makes a beautiful gift on one night of Hanukkah. But for a candelabrum that can be displayed all year long, turn to one within a snow globe.
For another great piece of Hanukkah giftware, for a nightly present (or as a reward for the guesser of the last candle to burn out), turn to an entire gift set. Find a china collection with a challah tray and knife, alongside other serveware pieces for Hanukkah dinner. With enough pieces to present each night of the festival, allow blue and white china to join the gift roster each evening. Did you know that early rabbis, Shammai and Hillel disagreed on how to light the candles? Check out Talmud, Shabbat 21b, or take a religion course to deepen the experience of Hanukkah!
Schlep down to Macy’s or visit the store online; add another menorah to your collection for a Festival of Lights that will shine extra bright.