Shabbat

  • Sanctify In Style With These 10 Kiddush Cups

    Sanctify In Style With These 10 Kiddush Cups

    Using a kiddush cup, rather than any cup or wine glass, is one of the many ways we distinguish Shabbat, holiday, and celebratory meals from ordinary everyday life. Often elegant and intricate, kiddu...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Lily Art Buying Guide

    Lily Art Buying Guide

    Lily Art's signature style is easy to spot in a room full of Judaica. Her bright colors and adorable patterns are easy to spot and are sure to brighten up any room because of their natural sparkle. Ea...

  • Hadad Bros Buying Guide

    Hadad Bros Buying Guide

    The art of silversmithing was passed down throughout the generations in the Hadad family started by Rabbi Hadad, the Rabbi of the Tripolitan community in Beni Brak, when the community was just beginn...

  • Adi Sidler Buying Guide

    Adi Sidler Buying Guide

    Some of the best artists that we are honored to feature are graduates from the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, and Adi Sidler is one of them. An industrial designer, Adi...

  • Tallit & Tefillin Buying Guide

    Tallit & Tefillin Buying Guide

    For most men, and sometimes women, saying tefillah- prayers- on a weekday morning or on Shabbat, does not just involve a Siddur- prayer book. During the week, all men over the age of 13 wear Tefillin-...

  • Jewish Wall Art Buying Guide

    Jewish Wall Art Buying Guide

    When it comes to home decor, many Jewish people feel the need to add a little Jewish wall art as a show of how much they value their heritage. This doesn't always mean a picture of the Western Wall ...

  • Kiddush Cup Buying Guide

    Kiddush Cup Buying Guide

    Kiddush Cups are an important item when it comes to our Shabbat traditions. Before eating dinner on Friday night and lunch on Saturday, we take the time to thank G-d for giving us a magnificent day of...

  • Armenian Ceramics Buying Guide

    Armenian Ceramics Buying Guide

    Armenian Ceramic has been handmade for hundreds of years in Armenia and was first brought to Israel in 1919 by the British to repair the ceramic tiles in the Dome of the Rock. The Armenian arts stayed...

  • Havdalah Set Buying Guide

    Havdalah Set Buying Guide

    Havdalah Sets are an important piece of Judaica. On Saturday night, right as there are three stars in the sky, the Jewish people begin to prepare for a new week. Havdalah, translating to "separate", i...

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