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November 28, 2003 - Image 75

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-28

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(CREATIVE KITCHEN ITEMS

(DREIDELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION)

Visit www.jewish.com to see our complete selection
of collectible, fun dreidels.

$

j5-512

Crystal Star

$ 3 4 9 9

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j2-drf-133

Leaded crystal with
etched frosted letters
shaped like a Star of
David. 3" high .

menorahs
decorate this
cheerful ceramic
latke set. Big

Star of David
Tidbit Dish

candy and tidbit dish
for the Jewish holidays...
or any day.

Numerous angles and engraved,
letters on this dazzling
$3499 cut-glass dreidel. 3.5" high.

$19 99

j5-306g
j5-306b

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$21 99

Judaic Salt & Pepper Shakers

$29 99
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Chais and Stars of David decorate these pretty
blue & white salt and pepper shakers.

DON'T FORGET YOUR PET

at www.jewish.corn.

j5-912

$ 9 99

word pareve on the side. Also
suitable for cats.

Hand-Painted
Jerusalem Menorah

Light-up Wailing Wall Menorah

A beautiful and serene display when the
candles are lit and the light is on. Electric

Matzoh Ball Dog Toy

Features bells inside, and the

j2-m-1 160

Hand-painted ceramic
menorah depicts a lovely
street scene ofJerusalem.
Noah's Ark theme
also available.

99 99

j5-940/kit

Bagel
Chew Toy

Your pet will love
this plush bagel
and cream cheese

Pet Lox Toy

Perfect companion to the Bagel

Chew Toy. Two lox toys per order.
For smaller pets.

• ■ - 0`5‘

chew toy!

L$34
a gleaming center-
piece. The "Blue belt"
adds a splash of color
on this clear glass
Israeli
menorah.

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$ 12 99

"Jewish Pooch" Leash & Collar

Blue fabric background with white
Stars of David. Collar is adjustable
and leash is 6 feet long.

c American
Flags Menorah

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chopped liver. Size: 6" x 6"

sit in a challah base.

See our fabulous full selection of menorahs

99

Chopped Liver Dish

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A MULTITUDE OF MENORAHS

Crystal Blue
Belt Menorah

I3" diameter.

For Shabbat dinners...
or any time! Six spreaders

A glass dreidel with a scene ofJerusalem
painted within. Wooden stand included.

j5-152

$ 1 9 99

Challah
Spreader Set

Floral cloisonne
designs with silver
highlights on this
hand-painted
dreidel. Available
in gold (shown)
or blue

Jerusalem Dreidel
Within a Dreidel

plenty of latkes!

Hand-painted ceramic dish just for

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Cloisonne
Dreidel

This sculptural piece
of prism art will be

enough for

A pretty hand-painted

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Latke Plate
& Bowl Set

Dreidels &

Cut-Glass Dreidel

Darling fima clay
dreidel comes on
its own stand.
3 I /2" high

j2-lb-10 0

Dreidel

j5-513

Fima Noah's
Ark Dreidel

3 9 99

Avi
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Metal based menorah frames

j5-916-915/kit

stained glass flags.

j10-84

Pup Apparel

Dress up your pooch on those
special occasions! Sure to
make you smile. Available in
Small or Large size.

Chanukah Candles

Visit www.jewish.com to see our full selection

of candles, including Traditional Multi-Colored
(left) and Blue and White Dripless (right).

Pup Shalom Treat Jar

Arivak
L $ 9 99 virAw We also carry: Wax Off

$899

A ceramic dog with a tallis and kippah sits on the

We also carry prevents wax from sticking
to your menorah. Item# 111-1016

*1 . online: www.jewish.com I)

phone:

Small (j3-43311)
Large (j3-43313)

800-875-662 I

lid base... tied with a bone handled ribbon.
Filled with dog bones! 9 I /2" high.

fax: 248-354-6704

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