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    More about jbrick

    Jbrick is run by a husband and wife team. Yitzy, with a background in fine wood working and engineering and currently professionally employed as an Expert LEGO® Builder, designs the custom LEGO® sets. His wife Channie, who has a degree in finance, is the business manager. Yitzy has always dreamed of creating  Jewish custom LEGO® sets. After their first product, a 3-in-1 Menorah set, sold out in just one week after launch, they were inundated with requests for more. With nothing else like it on the market, they realized that the demand for high-quality Jewish toys is huge!  Because they are committed to designing the highest quality sets, they only use genuine LEGO® parts. Their goal is to bring children and adults closer to their Jewish heritage through our fun products.

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    Loved it on our Passover Table

    My kids kept asking more questions after the first four on Passover--why did we have a Lego guy baking matzah! Perfect little prop for the seder table that the whole family enjoyed.

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    M.A.
    Fun

    The matzoh man was an impulse buy. I admit it. I was happy to find it. Could it have been bigger? Yes. This tiny baker brought a smile to many faces. It was the centerpiece between the candles and still graces my kitchen counter. What more could you ask of a tiny man?

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    j.d.

    very small and not enough pieces

    Hi Janet- since this item is made from real LEGO pieces, that determines the size. We put the dimensions in the description to avoid any confusion.

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    C.R.
    Grandson loves it!

    My 5 year old grandson loves this matzo oven made from legos. He loves all things legos! Because of Covid, he hasn’t been in religious school so this toy (along with the plague masks and blow-up giant matzo ball) made it easier for his parents to become religious school teachers. (And his dad is already a high school teacher!)

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    J.l.
    $35 for 29 Lego pieces is exorbitant.

    Not much for my grandchild to assemble here. I wish some of the $35 went to charity.

    Hi Judith- these kits are designed by a LEGO expert so you are paying for the expertise and craftsmanship that goes into these unique collectables in addition to the pieces. Hope your grandchild enjoys it.