Israel Museum Bezalel School Brass Dreidel Replica-Early 20th Century
Size: 5 cm x 4.5 cm / 2” x 1.8”
Stunning and unique, this beautiful brass dreidel is a flawless replica produced by the Israel Museum of an extraordinary dreidel originally created in the early 20th century by the remarkable art students of Jerusalem’s distinguished Bezalel School of Arts. With an intricate design, aged finish, and the customary Hebrew letters Nun, Gimmel, Hey, and Shin that refer to the Hanukkah verse “Nais Gadol Heiyah Sham”- A great miracle happened there; this captivating piece is so gorgeous, you’ll be struggling to decide whether to let the children play with it or to preserve it in your display cabinet for all to see. Sure to make a delightful holiday gift for yourself or someone special, this fabulous keepsake from the Holy Land is one you’ll be thrilled to own!
Israel's largest cultural institution, the Israel Museum, is dedicated to recording and safeguarding the relics that chronicle the tale of the Jewish people. Housing thousands of years’ worth of ancient artifacts pertaining to Jewish culture all over the world, the Israel Museum’s mission is to educate and encourage knowledge of Judaism’s rich and fascinating history to people all over the globe. One of their methods of fulfilling this dream is to create stunning replicas and adaptations of the original pieces in their encyclopedic collections and distribute them worldwide. Each captivating replication comes with its own certification of authenticity, as well as a brief summary of that piece’s historical background in both Hebrew and English.