Judaica

  • Our Favorite Israel Museum Replicas for Hanukkah

    Our Favorite Israel Museum Replicas for Hanukkah

    One of the most incredible gift categories in our Israel Museum collection is the range of historical Judaica replicas made by the Museum. These stunning reproductions and adaptations are based on Jud...

  • Handpicked: Top 8 Jewish Toys for Hanukkah

    Handpicked: Top 8 Jewish Toys for Hanukkah

    Hanukkah is one of the most kid-friendly Jewish holidays - with its mesmerizing lights, fun dreidel games, tasty treats, and of course, gifts! We have dozens of Jewish toys that will help your child ...

  • Take Home a Piece of Jewish History with Israel Museum Gifts

    Take Home a Piece of Jewish History with Israel Museum Gifts

    Home to the world's largest collection of Jewish and Israeli art and archaeology, the Israel Museum is among the best encyclopedic museums in the world. Its fabulous collection of rare artifacts encom...

  • Our Top 10 Dreidels for a Festive Hanukkah

    Our Top 10 Dreidels for a Festive Hanukkah

    Dreidels are a classic Hanukkah item and part of a traditional holiday game that's been beloved by Jewish children and adults alike for generations. Traditionally, dreidels are usually adorned wi...

  • Everything You Need To Know Before Buying A Hanukkah Menorah

    Everything You Need To Know Before Buying A Hanukkah Menorah

    Hanukkah, one of the most iconic and widely recognized Jewish holidays, will soon be upon us, starting at sundown on Sunday, November 28 and lasting eight nights. The most central Hanukkah ritual is ...

  • Your Guide to Israel's Top Artists

    Your Guide to Israel's Top Artists

    If you walk down the street of any city in Israel, it's only a matter of time before you stumble upon an art gallery, a museum, or even street art. The country is chock-full of creatives who use their...

  • Your Hanukkah Essentials Buying Guide

    Your Hanukkah Essentials Buying Guide

    The eight-day Festival of Lights is almost here! At sundown on Sunday, November 28, Jews around the world will light the first candle on their menorahs to celebrate the beginning of Hanukkah (or Chan...

  • 15 Great Hanukkah Gifts for Kids

    15 Great Hanukkah Gifts for Kids

    While it might feel like the High Holidays just ended, the next Jewish holiday is already less than two months away! Hanukkah 2021 will begin at sundown on Sunday, November 28, and it's never too ea...

  • Your Guide to Buying Rosh Hashanah Gifts for Dad

    Your Guide to Buying Rosh Hashanah Gifts for Dad

    Rosh Hashanah is right around the corner, which means it's time to start shopping for gifts for those closest to you. We already shared our top 10 gifts for moms, which means it's time to shop for da...

  • Start Shopping for Sukkot with These Great Ideas from Israel!

    Start Shopping for Sukkot with These Great Ideas from Israel!

    While every Jewish holiday is interesting and unique in its own way, Sukkot might just be the most fascinating of them all. Also known as the Festival of Booths, the commandment to celebrate Sukkot co...

  • Your 2020 Guide to Shopping for Shabbat Judaica

    Your 2020 Guide to Shopping for Shabbat Judaica

    Shabbat is undoubtedly the most fundamental and important mitzvah in the Jewish faith and celebrating Shabbat has been known to bring joy and light to Jews all over the world. For some, celebrating Sh...

  • Kippah / Yarmulke Buying Guide

    Kippah / Yarmulke Buying Guide

    For most Jewish men, Kippahs (or Yarmulkes) are an essential part of their wardrobe. Although not mentioned directly in the Bible, the custom of wearing a kippah has its source in the ancient Jewish ...

  • Buying Tefillin: What You Need to Know

    Buying Tefillin: What You Need to Know

    What is the purpose of Tefillin? The mitzvah of Tefillin is one of substantial spiritual significance. For thousands of years, this powerful practice has been observed to fulfill the Torah commandment...

  • Kiddush Buying Guide

    Kiddush Buying Guide

    Before meals on Shabbat and holidays, Kiddush is said over wine and in an elegant goblet. Kiddush is a way to sanctify the holy day, as the word literally means "sanctification", but it is also a wa...

  • Safed Candles Buying Guide

    Safed Candles Buying Guide

    In the rolling hills of the Galilee, lies the spiritual mountain top city of Tzfat or Safed, the birthplace of Kabbalah and home to many religious artists. One of the artisanal shops in the Artist Q...

  • Ketubah Buying Guide

    Ketubah Buying Guide

    Right before the Jewish wedding ceremony, usually during the reception or Kabalat Panim as it is called in Hebrew, the groom and two witnesses sign a special marriage contract called a ketubah. Wri...

  • Yair Emanuel Shabbat Candlesticks

    Yair Emanuel Shabbat Candlesticks

    Yair Emanuel is a favorite Judaica designer in Israel and has created some of the most incredible Judaica pieces. His selection of candlesticks is very popular among Bat Mitzvah girls and brides alik...

  • 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...

  • 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...

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