We recently published a magnificent article on our blogs that explores the rich history of the Three Weeks and Tisha B’Av, and how the Jewish holiday is celebrated. In that article, we established that the Three Weeks is a rather solemn festival, but today, we’re going to suggest some things you can do to make this time even more special for you, namely, what great knickknacks from Israel you should get to put you in the proper mood!

Jerusalem Jewelry

The first thing on our list is, of course, Jerusalem Jewelry, and oh boy, are you going to love what we have in store for you! Besides beauty and quality, the best thing about our collection of Jerusalem Jewelry from Israel is that our products possess a measure of authenticity that similar trinkets from other parts of the world certainly don’t. Therefore, if you’re going to buy yourself a charming trinket modeled after Israel's holiest city, it might as well be made by Israel's finest designers! As the leading experts in the field of crafting remarkable Jewish Jewelry, Israeli artists know better than anyone how to design unique and meaningful trinkets that capture the eternal beauty of Jerusalem. So with the Three Weeks coming up, there’s no better time than now to get yourself a motivational piece of jewelry such as this superb Sterling Silver Jerusalem Hamsa Pendant with Roman Glass or this thrilling 14K Gold Remember Jerusalem Pendant!

 

 

Jerusalem Temple Gifts

It’s difficult to mourn for something you’ve never seen or touched, but thanks to our range of spectacular Jerusalem Temple Gifts, finding the motivation to yearn for the rebuilding of the Holy Temple will be easier than ever with these wonderful treasures! Designed to bring ancient Jewish history to life, people of all ages and backgrounds will enjoy these products regardless of whether they were raised in a traditional home or are just beginning to explore their Jewish roots. Sure to delight your friends and family, meaningful Temple Gifts from Israel such as this educational Golden Temple Do-It-Yourself Model Kit or this gorgeous Silver and Roman Glass Jerusalem Temple Necklace are both excellent choices for enhancing your Three Week traditions!

 

 

 

Jerusalem Stone Gifts

Few things offer better inspiration during the Three Weeks than gorgeous, traditional art made from genuine Jerusalem Stone! Used for thousands of years in Israeli architecture and décor, the history of Jerusalem Stone is tied to the land of Israel itself, so if you appreciate the natural splendor of Israel, then you’ll absolutely enjoy the subtle beauty of this attractive stone! Reflect your love for Israel and discover the perfect addition to your home by browsing our wonderful array of unique and exciting Jerusalem Stone Gifts made with this exceptional material! Valued for its fantastic versatility and its stunning diversity of natural colors, start your search for exquisite Jerusalem Stone Art with captivating products such as these amazing Jerusalem Stone Shabbat Candlesticks or this impressive Jerusalem Stone Mezuzah Case!

 

 

Western Wall Art

As all that remains of the Second Holy Temple, the Western Wall has long been considered Judaism’s holiest place of worship, and for this reason, the magnificent ancient structure continues to this day to be an endless source of creative inspiration for Jewish artists around the world. With thousands of people visiting the sacred site each year to pray and leave handwritten notes tucked into narrow cracks between the massive white stones, the beauty of Jerusalem’s Western Wall is undeniable, so make sure you can always enjoy its splendor from the comfort of your home with stunning Western Wall Art! Explore our incredible collection of Western Wall-themed gifts to discover a precious and prized keepsake from Israel worth cherishing like this gorgeous Limited Edition Serigraph or this delicate Paper Cut Wall Hanging!

 

 

Once again, dear friends, we hope you found our buying guide helpful and we look forward to seeing you again soon! May you have a meaningful and special Three Weeks and Tisha B’Av!