American-made Hannukah items.
Hanukkah begins at sunset this Tuesday, December 20, and ends at sunset on Wednesday, December 28. Just in time for the eight days of this longstanding Jewish holiday, ManufactureThis offers some American-made options:
Rochester, NY's John Hendry manufactures steel menorahs. These 100% steel menorahs are handmade, unique, and long-lasting.
Blithe Ink manufactures t-shirts in the U.S., including a Dreidel Champion shirt.
And for all of your assorted Hanukkah needs and Judaica, including American-made candles, visit Weiss Judaica.
Good luck with your dreidel games...
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