Few sights can compete with the glow of Hanukah candles, but here are a few sculptural menorahs that definitely complement the lights they display.
The industrial appeal of this cast aluminum piece is not only in its visual elements: it’s smartly useful, too. It neatly stores every candle necessary for the eight days. So sensible.
Speaking of industrial, artist Joe Grand used galvanized steel pipes to create a fascinating plumbing-as-art piece.
The shiny nesting menorah can be assembled day by day for an ever-changing sculpture, offering a lovely commentary on life itself during the Festival of Lights.
And then there’s the Menorah Kingfisher by artist Shraga Landesman, which brings to mind a nest in the literal sense. You may find yourself displaying this graceful work of art year-round.