Father's Day 2019 Buying Guide
Father's Day this year is on June 16, 2019, and now is the time to get him the perfect gift. Dads do a lot for their kids and definitely deserve a gift that will show just how much they are appreciated. Whether he taught you how to ride a bike, helped with your homework, showed you how to cook, or was just there to give you love whenever you needed, dads are truly a superhero. The Judaica WebStore is proud to have gifts from Israel for every type of dad and we chose a few of our favorites if you need gift ideas of what to give your old man this Father's Day.
Every dad has his signature watch that he does not leave home without, but you can give him a new one or one dad can wear on special occasions with an Israeli-made Adi watch. These watches are great for the dad who day dreams about Israel, as some have Hebrew letters for numbers or even have an Israeli flag waving proudly on the face of the watch. There are watches for the stylish dad like this stainless steel one, watches for the sporty dad and a minimalistic one for a dad that loves the simple things in life. A watch is something he can wear every single day and always think of you whenever he puts it on.
❤︎ We love this classic Hebrew letters watch.
Nothing beats a good piece of art, especially Israeli art! Give it to dad to keep in his office or to share with the world but these inspiring pieces are special. If he has a passion for bike riding, David Gerstein has used the sport as inspiration, resulting in pieces like the Champion and this head with a cyclist inside that any cyclist would adore. There are also art pieces of Jerusalem in form of paintings and paper cut outs, or if your dad is a religious guy, there is also art featuring the Blessing for the Home and Jacob's ladder! Art is a personal gift that will brighten up anyone's day.
Maybe your dad is a fashionable guy who loves a good piece of jewelry. Maybe he already has a necklace or that could be replaced or could use a set of cufflinks to finish his look at his next meeting. This jewelry selection has your classic Jewish symbols, but also something that might describe your dad's personality. The Lion of Judah shows strength, a Star of David shows pride, and the Priestly Blessing and Shema Yisrael show an appreciation for the religion. You can also never go wrong with a simple gold Chai necklace that shows off how much life he has in him.
Dad's have a few pieces of Judaica that is special for them. Just as mothers have Shabbat candles, fathers have tallitot and Kiddush cups, both of which should be replaced every once in a while. An artistic tallit like this embroidered Jerusalem one will give a new appreciation for daily and Shabbat prayers. A new Kiddush cup is something Dad can show off to family and friends every Friday night and Shabbat day, with one of our favorites being this hammered one. You can also get your dad something he won't use every day like a menorah or a shofar. Even though it comes out once a year, it is something he will truely appreciate.
If your dad loves Israel and wants the world to know, this is where you're going to find the best way for him to do so. Let him say it outright with an I Stand With Israel tee or an Am Yisrael Chai one. If he is the father to a Lone Soldier (young adult who moves to Israel just to serve in the IDF), you can get him an IDF shirt so that he can show pride in his kids. There is even a shirt for Sabas (grandfathers) if you celebrate this special day with the grandparents!