Please, stop labeling all of the Jewish items as "hanukkah." This is a ritual item for PASSOVER. Even just "Jewish" and "horseradish" would be sufficient if you don't know what holiday it's for. Or, google "Jewish" and "horseradish," and you'll pretty quickly find that horseradish is used on Passover as a required part of a ritual, and isn't otherwise used in Jewish practice except as a tasty condiment.
I got snarkier and snarkier with each one, hoping that the reviews won't comply to the terms of their happy friendly smiley review guidelines, and then maybe the deleter-peon will have to pass them along to someone who's able to change stuff on the site. Because, uh, what?
Also, a mezuzah isn't dishware. It doesn't even look like dishware. Nor does it look like it's for Hanukkah, but that's beside, wait, no, that IS the point.
Dear goyim: If you're going to randomly guess what holiday something is for, you'll probably want to go with shabbat or Passover. You know, since these are the ones that are observed by just about every Jew, involve lots of items and rituals, and are biblical holidays. Hanukkah is cool and all, but it has dreidels and a hanukkiah and you give presents to kids. That's about it.