Our Hanukkah Gift Guide 2014

Hanukkah this year begins on Tuesday evening, December 16th. In anticipation of the Jewish festival of lights, we’re sharing our top eight picks for eight spectacular holiday nights!

1. Modern Menorah: Let’s start with the basics.  We love this beautiful, sleek and simple menorah that’s sure to shine each night.


Modern Menorah



2
. Rainbow Colored Beeswax Hanukkah Candles
: Light up your holiday with these colorful and aromatic beeswax candles!


Wax Hanukkah candles


3. Star Wooden Dreidels:
 Sweet and colorful, these Star of David shaped spinning tops are perfect for night of dreidel playing.


Wooden dreidels

4. Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt Gelt: What’s a good game of dreidel without the proper gelt? We love these chocolate coins, made especially for grown ups!


Grown-up gelt


5
. Hanukkah Sweaters
: Hey, they might call these ugly, but we call them an instant classic. Snuggle up with this fun and bright sweater, filled with Hanukkah symbols.


Hanukkah sweater

6. Songs in the Key of Hanukkah: Get into the festive mood with some classic Hanukkah tunes as well as some new ones! This album includes English, Hebrew or Ladino songs, sung by stars like Idan Raichel, Yasmin Levy and Y-Love.


Hanukkah songs

 7. Latke Server: Pass around your potato pancakes in style with this funky server.


Latke Server

8. Shlep Bag: What could be a better way to carry around all these fantastic Hanukkah gifts than with this Yiddish tote bag? 


shlep bag
We hope you enjoy the selection as much as we do!  Happy shopping, and happy Hanukkah to you and yours!

 

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