It’s almost time to light the menorah, and we’ve put together eight of our favorite pieces, one for each night of Hanukkah. Although gift-giving isn’t the focus of the holiday, it’s definitely become a mainstay in contemporary American Judaism, and hey, who doesn’t love gifts?! Also, diamonds are a great way to celebrate the festival of lights...
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FLAME DIAMOND RING
The ultimate way to keep it lit, Scosha's flame ring features a blaze shaped white diamond, kindled by a cluster of round, white diamonds.
This icy beauty shimmers with white diamonds set in white gold, but she's no snow queen. Two pear shaped diamonds are positioned to resemble a heart, symbolizing love and devotion.
by Lauren Wolf
An emblem of feminine power, the Stingray Goddess necklace sits on the collar, proudly radiating style and strength. This would be an especially awesome gift for Mom.
DIAMOND LIGHT NECKLACE
by Communion by Joy
Another fiery piece, this would be an ideal everyday necklace. A single white diamond glows from the center of a 14k warm yellow gold setting.
RAW CONSTELLATION DISH
A sweet symbol of the heavens, this raw stoneware dish makes a versatile addition to any household. Use it as a ring dish, table tchotchke, or candle holder.
by Todd Pownell
A classic, hefty, gold band emanates serious mensch style. A perfect gift for your favorite guy – he deserves it.
GOLD DUST CANDLE
We had to include at least one candle... it may not be on the menorah but the gold dust candle smells great and will add some holiday magic any room in the home.
by Todd Pownell
A once-in-a-lifetime gift. Point up diamonds mingle organically in mixed metal. This is a future heirloom and a truly unique, designer piece.