One of the best parts of visiting Israel is seeing Hebrew on street signs, food labels, clothing, souvenirs, buses, billboards -- everywhere! However, if you can't visit Israel any time soon, you can bring the language to you with our selection of amazing Hebrew alphabet gifts from Israeli artists, from jewelry and clothing to home décor and more. Some feature the Aleph-Bet (the Hebrew alphabet) or common Hebrew words, while others showcase ancient Hebrew scripts that offer a unique glimpse into our Jewish tradition.

Whether you're shopping for kids or adults, there is something for everyone! Check out our most popular Hebrew alphabet gift categories below and find the perfect gift for yourself or a loved one.

And get a closer look at the Hebrew language and its unique place in Jewish and Israeli culture with our Israel’s Miraculous Revival of Hebrew post and 10 Hebrew Slang Words You Need To Know!

 

Customizable Hebrew Name Jewelry

If you're a lover of the Hebrew language, what better way to show the world than to wear your own Hebrew name? Our wide selection of customizable Hebrew name necklaces include a variety of scripts, designs, and motifs, allowing you to order a one-of-a-kind piece that is made just for you in Jerusalem - an iconic Israeli craft that's beloved by jewelry wearers all over the world! Not into necklaces? No worries; we also offer braceletsrings, and earrings! Check out our full guide to buying Hebrew name jewelry for more inspiration and info.

❤︎ We love this classic silver Hebrew name necklace and this customizable Hebrew letter charm bracelet, made with love in the Land of Israel.

 

 

 

Adi Watches

Made on Kibbutz Yavne in southern Israel, Adi is an Israeli watchmaker so well-known for excellent craftsmanship that even some of the IDF's most elite units rely on them for their watches! Many of Adi's designs feature Hebrew letters instead of numbers, including their classic line available with a silver or gold frame. Adi also offers more refined and petite styles, such as this feminine gold-plated stainless steel watch and this gold accented watch, and more casual, everyday styles like this silver Hebrew letters watch.

❤︎ We love this classic gold watch with a brown leather band and this fashionable stainless steel and black leather watch, both elegantly displaying the time using Hebrew letters.

 

 

 

Designer T-Shirts & Sweatshirts

Designer T-Shirts

Another creative way to show your appreciation for the Hebrew language is through these awesome Israeli t-shirts and sweatshirts made from high-quality cotton. Some show off an ancient Hebrew script, whether the entire alphabet or just the word "Israel" or "Jerusalem," while others use the language as we know it today to display meaningful slogans or Jewish blessings. All our t-shirts and sweatshirts are original made-in-Israel designs and are available in a great variety of colors and sizes - the perfect gifts for anyone who wants to make a statement!

❤︎ We love this modern and ancient script t-shirt and sweatshirt, and this "Hallelujah" t-shirt in a stylish Hebrew script.

 

 

 

Ofek Wertman Tableware

Ofek Wertman Tableware

These mugs, trivets, coasters, and magnets from renowned Israeli designer Ofek Wertman feature Israeli slang with translations to English and Arabic. Each piece has a single popular slang word on it in a bold color, like the sweet nicknames of Kapara and Neshama or the famous word Yalla that can be heard throughout Israel. Some items come in sets of four, with different famous slang or words for a job well done. These adorable pieces will show off how cool you are and spread good vibes with their fun and bright motifs, sure to brighten anyone's day.

❤︎ We love this vibrant Sababa mug and this fun slang magnet set.

 

 

 

Barbara Shaw Home Décor

Barbara Shaw Home Decor

Jerusalem-based designer Barbara Shaw is known for her vibrant and unique home décor, and her Aleph-Bet items are no exception. Some of her pieces feature the Hebrew alphabet, like this fun mug with multiple fonts and letters, or this chic dish towel and vase. Others showcase the Hebrew word for love, ahava, and are modeled after the famous sculpture in Jerusalem at the Israel Museum, like this clock, trivet, and coaster set. And if you're shopping for kids, help them practice the Aleph-Bet with fun gifts like this funky placemat.

❤︎ We love this adorable bubbles Hebrew letters clock and this chic and eco-friendly Aleph canvas tote bag.

 

 

Love the Hebrew language and Hebrew gifts? Check out our other posts:

Our Top Hebrew Name Jewelry from Israel

Your Guide to Buying Hebrew Name Jewelry

Israel’s Miraculous Revival of Hebrew

10 Hebrew Slang Words You Need To Know

Jewish Prayer Books Buying Guide