Menorahs have come a long way since the ones you remember from your childhood. Nowadays designers have tweaked the ceremonial candelabra into works of art. And because Hanukkah starts on November 28 this year, it’s time to start thinking about how you’ll give yours a glow-up.

Turns out that finding that museum-worthy menorah isn’t hard at all, especially when you scroll through our not-your-bubbe’s picks, below. From hand-forged iron to unglazed stoneware, you’ll find they aren’t too different from any of the other tabletop accessories we’re crushing on—these just happen to be a holiday centerpiece.

Our personal favorites are the free-form ones—so basically a bunch of individual candleholders lined up. While The Citizenry’s handmade wood menorah is a highlight, we love MoMA’s rainbow concrete design that can be arranged in endless configurations. And once the holiday is over, you can easily reuse them for dinner parties throughout the year. Talk about a new tradition.

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