Blackened Cast Iron Menorah
Eight glowing nights.
If this menorah looks museum-worthy, that’s because it is! Josh Owen’s design for this menorah is included in the permanent collection of The National Museum of American Jewish History. A menorah destined to become a family heirloom, this single piece of cast iron throws a striking silhouette for your Hanukkah celebrations. Strong, sculptural, and simple, it gracefully walks the line between modern and traditional. We’re also thrilled with the built-in tray-like base—great for catching candle drips and setting down a hot match!
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Bobbi Lin
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