Michael Aram

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New York metal artist Michael Aram has been making nature-themed furniture ($565–$2,855), decor ($39–$4,000) and tabletop items ($49–$2,090) under his eponymous line for nearly 25 years. For the holidays, Aram applies his signature craft to Christmas and Judaica collections, offering unique menorahs ($159–$295), mezuzahs ($39), Kiddush cups ($69–$89) and ornaments ($39–$59). At his six-year-old flagship in a former carriage house, peruse the display tables and shelves for stunning oxidized-bronze olive-branch menorahs ($259) with matching mezuzahs ($39), stainless-steel Kiddush cups ($69) featuring oxidized-bronze olive-branch stems, and nickel-plated bronze Tree of Life menorahs ($159). Eschew boring glass balls for sophisticated oxidized-bronze ornaments of a partridge in a pear tree ($49), or gold-plated pewter mistletoe globes ($49).
Venue name: Michael Aram
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Address: 136 W 18th St
New York

Cross street: between Sixth and Seventh Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 10am-7pm, Sun noon–6pm
Transport: Subway: 1 to 18th St.
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