Nes Gadol Chanukah Platter
The Nes Gadol (Great Miracle) design is inspired by the Chanukah Dreidel. It is a beautiful jumble of the words represented by the letters on a dreidel, and Jewish stars, menorahs, coins, dreidels and other symbols of Chanukah. The Nes Gadol design is hand calligraphed in reverse in both Hebrew and English, in black and gold on a field of the traditional Chanukah colors of blue, white, and gold. Makes a great holiday serving platter or can be used as a tray beneath your Chanukah menorah. Also, pairs perfectly with the Living Art by Leah freeform menorah in Blue Marble. The Nes Gadol platter is available in many useful shapes and sizes designed to enhance your home's decor and your family's holiday and Shabbat celebrations.
More About the ProductA word about the sizes of these platters... <> The 8x14 rectangular platters have many uses and are also large enough for one average store bought challah, but will not hold two. This platter also makes a great tray under the Living Art by Leah freeform menorah or a Chanukah menorah of your choice. <> The 8.5x11 rectangle, about the size of a sheet of paper, is a spacious size for candlesticks and a kiddush cup, or most Chanukah menorahs. It should also hold one store bought challah, but it might be a tight fit. It would be best to check your challah size against a sheet of paper before ordering this size for that purpose. <> The 8x14 curved rectangular platter may not be suitable for your candlesticks as the bottom may not be flat enough. If you would like to use a curved platter for this purpose, please contact me and I will provide more detailed measurements for you. <> Sometimes smaller is large enough ~ The 7x11.5 rectangular tray has many uses, but it is only large enough for a small challah or challah rolls. Do not purchase the 7x11.5 size if you intend to use it to hold a family-sized challah.