The dreidel is a small four-sided spinning top with a Hebrew letter on each side: Nun (miracle), Gimel (great), Hay (happened) and Shin (there) which together form the acronym Nes Gadol Hayah Sham (a great miracle happened there). Families play dreidel for chocolate gelt during Hanukkah, based on an old legend from the time of the Maccabees: Jewish children weren't allowed to study Torah, but they would anyway. When Greek soldiers would pass by, the kids would hide their books & just play with their spinning tops instead.
Dimensions: 3.25 X 1.5 X 1.5 (HxLxW)
Item Number: #44083
2020 hasn’t been all that conducive with Christmas cheer and holiday spirit, it has felt more like a punch in the face instead of a typical year. Though we might miss out on the typical Christmas tree lightings, Secret Santas and holiday parties, it does not mean we have to miss out on Christmas spirit. Of course Old World Christmas believes that Christmas spirit can be lived out all year long, but we have a few ideas to help you transform from the spirit of the Grinch into spirit of Buddy the Elf. Because there’s no one who feels more passionate about Christmas than Buddy.
So, they’re basically impossible to shop for. If they need it, they buy it for themselves. They have everything. What are you going to buy your parents for Christmas? Old World Christmas and our Christmas ornaments are here to help.