Dorit Judaica Large Mandala Al Hanisim Wooden Dreidel
This Hanukkah, sing as you spin! The words of the popular song, Al Hanisim, commemorating the miracles of Hannukah, merge with the artful design into a colorful collage as this large designer dreidel from Dorit Judaica begins to spin!
- Made from wood and decorated with crystal stones and aluminum accessories, this dreidel bears a floral mandala design as well as the abbreviations for the Hebrew phrase "A great miracle happened here."
- An original work by one of Israel's top Judaica artists.
- Both practical and decorative, this dreidel is sure to turn heads, whether it's in the middles of an impressive spin, or resting regally on your mantelpiece!
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Wood & Aluminum
Diameter: 3.5" / 9 cm
This dreidel comes with a stylish aluminum base to serve as a decorative piece of artwork the rest of the time.
You can spin around the dreidel this Hannukah as you sing the song, Al Hanisim elegantly arranged on this large designer dreidel: "For the miracles and the wonders and the wars and the salvations you did for our ancestors in those days, at this time." The symmetrical contours of a floral mandala design are interspersed with gleaming crystal stones, combined with aluminum accessories, in this strikingly original dreidel design. The abbreviations for Nes Gadol Hayah Poh (A Great Miracle Happened Here) are spread around the design. The uniquely large surface will ensure a whir of delight as it spins, while its elegant design will assure it a prominent place on your mantelpiece, or the mantelpiece of someone you know who appreciates original work!
Dorit is the founder of Dorit Judaica. She's a religious woman, with a singular passion for Jewish art. Her faith helps her create vivid pieces that are pleasing to the senses. She specializes in integrating Jewish texts into her colorful work. You'll notice that Dorit employs her remarkable creativity in all her designs. She is a seventh-generation Israeli, and lives in Petach Tikva with her husband and four kids.