Broken-Neck Haman Purim Gragger (Grogger)


Broken-neck Haman is banging his head from side to side like a stubborn person saying ‘No’ all the time. His hands are in a surrender position and bang on his┬ámissing ears (which are on the Jewish Purim’s plate as hamentashen: Haman’s ear-shaped cookies). The noise of the grogger comes from Haman banging his head and from his loosely hanging bare feet banging against his wooden robe, a far cry from the royal robes he used to wear.

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Materials: Mahogany, brass

Dimensions: 6″ x 3″ x 15″