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This whimsical gold dreidel pendant is decorated on each of its four sides with the Hebrew letters Nun, Gimmel, Hey, and Pey, which correspond to the phrase “Nes gadol haya poh (a great miracle happened here).” It’s a great Chanuka present for someone who lives in Israel, or wishes to bring a part of this miraculous country home with them.
A whimsical, avant-garde gold pendant in the shape of an Israeli Chanuka (Hanukkah) dreidel (spinning top), designed by prestigious Israeli jewelry designer Ben Sadya. It’s decorated on its four sides with the Hebrew letters Nun, Gimmel, Hay, and Pay, which correspond to the age-old mnemonic “Nes gadol hayah po / a great miracle happened here.” A beautiful and memorable present for the traveler in Israel during the Chanuka celebration, where the great miracle that happened here is commemorated on the same holy ground.
The dreidel is a spinning top that families play with on Chanuka - the Hebrew letters correspond to a special mnemonic relating to the great miracles that occurred in the days of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Outside of Israel, dreidels have the letters Nun, Gimmel, Hay, and Shin, where Shin stands for the Hebrew word “shahm,” which means “there [in Israel].”