Hundreds of unique traditional and contemporary Star of David necklaces by top Israeli artists. Makes the perfect gift for a wedding, birthday, Bat Mitzvah, or any special occasion.
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Whether you're looking for a classic wool tallit, a modern tallit, or even highly fashionable artistic tallit, you will find what you're looking for here!
This gorgeous wall hanging features the Biblical verse from King David's wisdom, Im eshkachech Yerushalayim, tishkach yemini ("If I forget you, O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget itself.") (Psalms 137:5). A beautiful prayer for our times, and a wonderful gift for anybody.
Beautify your home with a breathtaking work of Jewish art! David Fisher's internationally acclaimed masterpieces combine the modern craft of laser cutting technology with a passion for tradition. Guaranteed to transform your walls into a source of meaning and joy.
Covered in highly embossed leatherette, with the page edges painted in gold leaf, the book is a beautiful as it is practical. This book, intended for the entire family, features an array of blessings, dedications, prayers, and hymns for the Sabbath and holidays.
This new treasury of Sabbath favourites will earn an honored place in your home.
The incredible story of Israel's rebirth - this landmark series is the masterpiece of Israeli documentaries and the crowning achievement of Israeli television.
Show your support for the strong alliance of America and Israel, who share the role as the world leading representatives of the values of freedom, democracy and human rights.
This is one of the most unforgettable tastes of Israel. Turkish coffee, popularly and affectionately called "mud" in Israel, is the strong (usually sweet) drink served at coffee houses throughout the Middle East.
Castel Grand Vin - Castel's premium red wine. It is made from a selection of the best vineyards. It is a blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Merlot and 8% Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec.
This beautiful seven-branched menorah is modeled after the golden menorah that once stood in the Holy Temple of Jerusalem.
The centerpiece of the Passover Seder, the Seder plate holds various ritual Seder items. Choose from a wide variety of elegant traditional designs, including historical replicas, or go for a more modern design by one of Israel's top contemporary artisans. An instant conversation starter!
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According to tradition Caucasian Jews descended from the Ten Tribes exiled from the Kingdom of Israel in the first millennium BCE, making them one of the oldest communities of Jewish people anywhere. This population preserved its Jewish identity and developed a culture of its own in a region inhabited by a host of different peoples and plagued by ethnic tensions. The term "Mountain Jews" (they call themselves "Juhur") dates back to Imperial Russia's occupation of the Caucasus in the early 19th century, when the tsar's visiting representative referred to "Mountain Jews" living mainly in the east and north of the Caucasus range, in what are today the largely Muslim areas of Dagestan and Azerbaijan. After their emigration to Israel, Caucasian Jews continued to resist integration, sharing in Israel's upbuilding without losing touch with their roots in and ties to the Caucasus. Along with her fellow essayists, Liya Mikdash-Shamailov, a Jew of Caucasian origin, successfully blends her scientific interest in the community with her own special affinity with its culture.
The fruit of many years of field work and extensive research, "Mountain Jews" presents, in words and pictures of this people and its practices, the history, spiritual life, language and literature, daily life, material culture and decorative arts which together define the rich and extraordinary cultural heritage of Caucasian "Mountain" Jews.
Edited by Liya Mikdash-Shamailov
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 2002
Softcover, 160 pgs.
Size: 8.2" X 10.8"Language: English
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