Menorahs

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Hanukkah (also written Chanukah and known as the Festival of Lights) starts on the 25th of the Hebrew month of Kislev each year. On the secular calendar, that day is usually in December. The highlight of the Hanukkah holiday is the menorah.

Illuminate your home this Hanukkah with a new, wonderful Hanukkah menorah (also known as a Hanukiah). Each one of our candelabras offers an exquisite yet practical design. Whether it's glass, copper, brass, or steel, lit by oil or candle, designed for display or children's little hands, these Hanukkah menorahs make great gifts — for your friends and loved ones and for you!

Whether your goal is elegance, grace or tradition, our contemporary designs will brighten your holiday experience!

Why do we light a menorah? Because it represents a miracle.

In the second century, the Syrian-Greek army ransacked the Jewish Temple, leaving it in shambles. When the Jews were able to cleanse and re-dedicate the holy facility, they found only enough sacramental oil to re-light the menorah for one day. Although the Jews knew the menorah was supposed to burn all day, every day, and that it would take eight days until a new supply of oil could be made and brought to the Temple, they re-lit the menorah anyway. They were rewarded with a miracle: The small jar of oil burned for eight days. To publicize this miracle, Jews light a menorah/hanukiah every night for eight days.