A dreidel has one Hebrew letter on each side. Outside of Israel, those letters are: (Nun),(Gimmel),(Hay) and (Shin), which stand for the Hebrew phrase “Nes Gadol Haya
Sham.” This phrase means “A great miracle happened there [in Israel].”
In Israel, the actual setting of the Hanukkah miracle, the last letter, (shin), is substituted with a (pey) which stands for “po”—”here.”
Made of metal, this round dreidel was made by hand and decorated with colored beads and with stones, in a rich color theme.
Size: 5×5 cm / 2″x2″