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.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are among the most important archaeological treasures ever found in the Holy Land.
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.
Check out our selection of authentic ram's shofars! Crafted according to the wisdom of ancient tradition while utilizing modern techniques, these are some of the highest quality shofars in the world.
This wonderful gift set comes beautifully packaged with four special treatments for the body and senses from AHAVA Dead Sea cosmetics!
One of the oldest Kabbalistic traditions, the wearing of a red string bracelet to ward off the evil eye has also become a fashion statement in recent years with the addition of decorative elements such as silver clasps, pendants, and other kabbalistic ornaments. Just look at our selection, and be amazed!
The simple red string wrapped once around the wrist and knotted seven times is a Jewish folkloric tradition as well as a practice associated with the Kabbalah. In recent years a number of celebrities tied on a red string, including Reese Witherspoon, David Beckham and Anthony Kiedis. Although the red string first appears in the Bible, in the story of Tamar’s twins, Pharez and Zarah, it is now worn as a segulah, or charm, meant to ward off the evil eye.
According to tradition, the red bracelet derives its power from Rachel’s tomb, which lies just outside the ancient city of Bethlehem. Sister of Leah and wife of Jacob, Rachel is one of the four matriarchs of Judaism. Originally, a bobbin of red thread was taken to Rachel’s tomb and wrapped around it seven times. Then small lengths of that thread were worn on the left wrist, not simply to ward off the evil eye but to remind the wearer that he or she can be more mindful of his or her own behavior and intentions. Keeping your own thoughts pure is the best way to protect yourself from the evil eye. In this way the red string is not so much a charmed object for the superstitious but an ever-present reminder of Rachel’s example.
To weave a tighter association between Rachel and the read string, we can say that wearing the string keeps one mindful of Rachel’s virtues. Rachel’s patience, modesty and her willingness to sacrifice in order to fulfill G-d’s word should be an inspiration to us. The red string is a symbol of Rachel’s deeds and continually reminds us to temper our desire with modesty and patience but also to apply ingenuity and perseverance, as well.
We carry a great variety of red string bracelets that celebrate this custom. You can choose between a red bracelet with gold charms or one with silver charms. There are hamsa charms to ward off the evil eye, and then there are charms bearing different Kabbalistic names of G-d, each of which is meant to bring a particular type of aid or protection. Take a minute to browse our selection where you can find styles suited to both younger and older tastes. There is even a unisex option, a handsome clasp bracelet of sterling silver and red leather with 14K gold Aleph – Lamed – Dalet printed in relief on the plate.
A number of our red string bracelets employ a regal red braided rope cord with gold-plated or sterling silver clasps and gold-plated or sterling silver Kabbalistic charms. The different names of G-d are meant to bring health, wealth, love or protection, depending on which one you choose. There are also a number of bracelets with red cord instead of braided rope, including one where you can select the length as well as the Hebrew initial.
A funky, bold design features multiple straps of red cord with a number of silver charms bearing different Kabbalistic names for G-d, as well as a Swarovski diamond-encrusted hamsa. A similar concept eschews the cord for multiple straps of red leather. This bohemian-chic bracelet boasts multiple charms, including a silver-plated hamsa, a Star of David, fish, and several hearts.
For a more refined look, check out the Red Stone Kabbalah Bracelet. It is strung with round red beads and a charm that reads Aleph – Lamed – Dalet. To either side of the charm are two beads encrusted with red Swarowski diamonds.
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