Handmade Ceramic Menorah
Leave it to this heirloom-worthy piece to light up a celebration: It’s fashioned from nine little bottles—a subtle nod to the jug of oil from the Hanukkah story—and each one is sized just right to hold a standard candle. Wanna hear what makes it extra-special? Everything was hand-thrown on a potter’s wheel, then finished off with a creamy glaze that’ll shine anywhere it sits (wow).
Heads up! These special handcrafted pieces are made-to-order and take up to 10 business days to ship. Your hand-thrown ceramic menorahs are worth the wait, trust us.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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It's about time that Hanukkah got a cake of its own, and it's about time that we had a cake that tasted like a donut. Now that is perfect timing.
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