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Chanukah Thanksgiving Centerpiece 12" X 7 " - Turkey, Menorah & Dreidel Charms For Sale
Brass turkey is standing on a silver platter 12" L x 7" W x 7.5" H, surrounded by an autumn display of squash, pumpkins and colored leaves.On November 28, 2013, the first day of Hanukah will fall on Thanksgiving Day for the first time ever – and the last time for another 70000 years.
The pumpkin glitters with thecurrent Hebrewyear of 5774 .The dangling charms includes Menorah, Dreidel, Hamsa, andStar of David. Put this handcrafted display on your Thankgiving table next to your Menorahto make it a very special holiday celebration.
handcrafted ChanukahThanksgiving centerpiece was designed to be
versatile. Following the holiday you can
simply cut off the Judaica charms and remove the Hebrew dated pumpkin. Use the charms in a necklace or bracelet and
place a candle in the candle holder. The
centerpiece is now transformed solely for Thanksgiving for the next 70,000
years or so.
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