Silver Chanukah Menorahs (Hanukiahs)
November 7, 2013

Chanukah is coming!  For eight days, the Chanukah Menorah is lit each night amidst  great festivity.  A Menorah is an eight branched candelabrum, with a ninth arm used as the “shamash” or the candle that lights the other eight.

Menorah in Modern Hebrew is the term for any manmade light source such as a candelabrum or an electric room light.  The term Hanukiah was invented to differentiate between a common household electric lamp and the Chanukah Menorah.

Many households beautify this ancient ritual by using a sterling silver Menorah (Hanukiah).  This shows how important the  mitzvah of lighting the Menorah is in the eyes of those who embellish the  mitzvah by using ornate silver Menorahs.

The Chassan’s Place has a large selection of magnificent sterling  silver Menorahs (Hanukiahs) that will bring special meaning to this significant mitzvah.  There are numerous styles and  shapes that cater to all budgets and tastes.

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Take this beautiful Silver Menorah as an example, with modern fluid lines  and Roman column detailing on the candlesticks, this beauty is an impressive work of art.

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If  you’re more of  a traditionalist then the Hazorfim Roma Silver Menorah is a magnificent piece.

Whatever your style or budget may be, The Chassan’s Place has a  Silver Menorah for you this Chanukah!