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Hanukkah - Shop By Brand

Hanukkah 2010 Dates:

Secular Calendar:
December 1 (first candle) - December 8 (last candle)

Jewish Calendar:
25 Kislev - 2 Tevet

Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is the eight-day holiday, celebrating the Jewish victory over the Greeks in the mid-second century B.C.E. The word ''Hanukah'' means dedication, which refers to the re-dedication of the Holy Temple after the battle. As the Jews prepared to re-light the Temple menorah -- or seven-branched candelabra -- they found that there was only enough pure oil to last one day. The miracle of Hanukkah occurred when the oil lasted eight days.

What is Hanukkah? Gift giving on Hanukkah can be more meaningful when you learn about the Hannukah menorah, the dreidel and the history of Hanukkah. Give someone the Jewish gift of a Hanukkah menorah made from fused glass and metal, mixed metals, or pewter with hand-painted enamel, or create a Hanukkah gift registry with our wedding and gift registry. To learn more about Hannukah and the menorah, click the links to one of our articles listed below:

Jewish Menorah and Jewish Faith Items
Menorah and Bat Mitzvah Tallit Designs at Gallery Judaica

The Ideal Hanukkah Menorah
Find Your Chanukah Menorah and More at Gallery Judaica

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There is even more to learn!

Click to read more about the history of Hanukkah.


Hanukkah Menorahs - Hanukkah Supplies - Hanukkah Dreidels


Beautiful Menorahs and Chanuka Supplies

Welcome to Gallery Judaica's selection of Chanuka supplies for the Jewish gift-giving holiday, Hanukah. Click on the images above to see each artist's selection of menorah and dreidel pieces. From finely elegant to playfully whimsical, our Menorahs and Chanuka supplies will be a wondrous addition to your family's celebration of Chanukah.

There are various spellings for the Jewish holiday, Hanukah. "Chanukah" and "Hanukkah" are the most commonly accepted, but there are many variations of the transliteration of the Hebrew word into English.