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  • Shalom Home Decor Buying Guide

    Shalom Home Decor Buying Guide

    Shalom is one of the most well known Hebrew words, as it means, "peace", "hello", and "goodbye" but many know it to mean "peace". The word has become internationally known, often portrayed with a dove...

  • Salt and Pepper Shakers Buying Guide

    Salt and Pepper Shakers Buying Guide

    Salt and pepper shakers might always be found on your table but because they should be something you are excited to display. Some of the great Judaica designers like Yair Emanuel, Dorit Judaica, Agayo...

  • Moriah Jewelry Buying Guide

    Moriah Jewelry Buying Guide

    Moriah Jewelry is a collective of talented artists creating contemporary and innovative jewelry for extraordinary women. Each piece is made to perfection, whether it be made with gold, silver, diamon...

  • Y. Karshi Judaica Buying Guide

    Y. Karshi Judaica Buying Guide

    Located in the quiet and scenic Jerusalem hills, sits Y.Karshi's studio in the small moshav of Neve Ilan. Karshi was born to Marussa and artist, Hacham Karshi in Jerusalem, who established a studio o...

  • Tablecloths & Table Runners Buying Guide

    Tablecloths & Table Runners Buying Guide

    Many of your favorite memories might come from sitting around the Shabbat table, after all, it is where most family time happens. Your Shabbat table is the star of the show for this Day of Rest and h...

  • Mezuzah Jewelry Buying Guide

    Mezuzah Jewelry Buying Guide

    Mezuzah necklaces represent one of the most well-known, powerful, and spiritual pieces of Judaica. A mezuzah usually refers to the scroll inside which has Shema Yisrael written on it and as a whole, ...

  • Torah Pointers Buying Guide

    Torah Pointers Buying Guide

    A Torah pointer, or as it is called in Hebrew- Yad- is a crucial item when it comes to reading from the Torah.  The Torah scroll is delicate, and on top of that, the lettering can easily smudge w...

  • Talitnia Tallits Buying Guide

    Talitnia Tallits Buying Guide

    Talitnia is one of Israel's most beloved and well-known tallit companies. The company started off in David Avner's backyard in Tel Aviv in 1927, as a way to create beautiful and soft tallitot (plural...

  • Studio Golan Jewelry Buying Guide

    Studio Golan Jewelry Buying Guide

    Studio Golan blends ancient blessings with a modern look for an incredibly unique piece of jewelry. Inspired by Kabbalah and Judaism, each of their pieces incorporate some symbol, name, blessing, or ...

  • Hagar Satat Jewelry Buying Guide

    Hagar Satat Jewelry Buying Guide

    Hagar Satat is one of the biggest names in Israeli jewelry, designing incredibly chic necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings. She incorporates a mix of textured metals, chains, leather, and cryst...

  • Adina Plastelina Jewelry Buying Guide

    Adina Plastelina Jewelry Buying Guide

     Down by the scenic Jaffa port sits the Adina Plastelina studio run by Adi and Sam Leder since 2003. The married couple uses  polymer clay to create their one of a kind pieces, not only inspired by...

  • Anbinder Gold Jewelry Buying Guide

    Anbinder Gold Jewelry Buying Guide

    For a piece of luxurious Israeli jewelry, Anbinder's stunning designs and impeccable craftsmanship will really show through each and everyone one of their pieces. Necklaces, pendents, earrings, and r...

  • Netilat Yadayim Buying Guide

    Netilat Yadayim Buying Guide

    Before eating bread and when first waking up in the morning, there is a Jewish tradition to wash one's hands, but not in the regular way. One washes for bread by pouring water through a vessel, bei...

  • Nadav Art Buying Guide

    Nadav Art Buying Guide

    Avi Nadav, the owner and artist of Nadav Art is a third generation artist who lives in Jerusalem, just like his artist relatives have before him. Nadav Art focuses in Judaica, both in a modern design...

  • Anodized Aluminum Mezuzah Cases Buying Guide

    Anodized Aluminum Mezuzah Cases Buying Guide

    Mezuzahs are something that serve as a Jewish welcome mat, as everyone sees it and acknowledges it when entering the home. Anodized aluminum mezuzahs have become increasingly popular because of their ...

  • Jewish Bracelet Buying Guide

    Jewish Bracelet Buying Guide

    The Jewish bracelet selection at the Judaica WebStore will dazzle you. There are stylish bracelets that are pure fashion and others that have a connection to Judaism, such as red string, Hamsa charms...

  • Turquoise Jewelry Buying Guide

    Turquoise Jewelry Buying Guide

    Turquoise Jewish jewelry combines this beautiful blue stone with classic Jewish themes and stunning modern designs. The color blue has great meaning in Judaism as it represents the divinity that sur...

  • Jerusalem Jewelry Buying Guide

    Jerusalem Jewelry Buying Guide

    Jerusalem jewelry encapsulates the beautiful capital city of Israel so that you can keep this holy place close to your heart. This jewelry selection has options for both men and women with rings, nec...

  • Edom Cosmetics Buying Guide

    Edom Cosmetics Buying Guide

    The Dead Sea is not only the lowest place on Earth but also is one of the only places that is packed with minerals great for your skin and hair. People from around the world come to the Dead Sea to f...

  • Premium Judaica Buying Guide

    Premium Judaica Buying Guide

    The premium Judaica selection at the Judaica WebStore offers you not only a piece of quality Judaica, but also is a piece of extraordinary Jewish art when not in use. Israel's top designers have cre...

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