Last Match Menorah by Kathleen Walsh

Last Match Menorah by Kathleen Walsh

Available in either black or red, this modern menorah uses oil in lieu of candles (quite authentic, wouldn't you say? I know, ironic). I realize this is dangerously close to a 'novelty' menorah, but because it's still fairly clean and geometric, I hope you'll forgive me for including it on my list.

  • Perhpas this is more Memphis than Modern, but it's certainly not traditional! A funky menorah for those who like colored aluminum and geometric deign. Physically light, it is very stable. The aluminium cones are suspended on the ... Perhpas this is more Memphis than Modern, but it's certainly not traditional! A funky menorah for those who like colored aluminum and geometric deign. Physically light, it is very stable. The aluminium cones are suspended on the stainless steel frame. As the cones are detachable, the Shamash can be displayed in the centre or at the side, and all the cones are easily removed for any wax cleaning after use.

  • It's only fair I list several types of 'modern menorahs here for my fellow hip jewsters. Here's one of glass. Dominated by clean, architectural lines, this glass menorah, designed by the father and daughter team of Herbert and Jea... It's only fair I list several types of 'modern menorahs here for my fellow hip jewsters. Here's one of glass. Dominated by clean, architectural lines, this glass menorah, designed by the father and daughter team of Herbert and Jeanne Atkins, brings a contemporary dimension to traditional judaica. Glass. 8 Pieces: 1"w x 1-1/2"h x 1"d; Shamash: 1"w x 3"h x 1"d.