10 Best Home Decor Pieces for an Unforgettable Passover 2023
Passover is a holiday full of symbolism and ritual, offering you the perfect opportunity to spruce up your home décor or buy an inspiring gift for your family, friends, or hosts. From wonderful wall hangings to fabulous free-standing sculptures, and from quirky clocks to practical serving dishes and bowls, at Judaica Web Store we have an exceptional array of home decor pieces from Israel's best artists so you can get into the Passover spirit and carry the messages of the holiday the rest of the year.
To help you adorn your home this Passover or find the perfect gift for a loved one, we're bringing our top 10 Israeli-made home décor items for Passover 2023!
Passover celebrates the Jewish People's liberation from slavery in Egypt which precipitated the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai on the way to the Promised Land. So what better way to get into the holiday mood than with this magnificent Jerusalem Stone Freestanding Ten Commandments Tablet!? Made from genuine golden Jerusalem stone, this remarkable representation of the Tablets of the Law displays each of the Ten Commandments written in Hebrew. A captivating piece of Passover home décor, this free-standing sculpture would be a majestic centerpiece for your holiday table, or make a tremendous gift for someone close to your heart.
If something with a modern look is more your style, then check out this Olive Wood Ten Commandments Desk Ornament. Masterfully handcrafted near Jerusalem from genuine Israeli olive wood, this delightful desk ornament displays each of the Ten Commandments in both Hebrew and English. An outstanding and meaningful gift in honor of the holiday, this free-standing Ten Commandments ornament is a must-have this Passover!
Shema Yisrael is the centerpiece of Jewish prayer, so why not make it the focal point of your home this Passover. This exquisite Limited Edition Handmade Ceramic Plaque Wall Hanging is flawlessly handcrafted by Art in Clay, renowned Tel Aviv-based producers of exceptional, handmade Jewish ceramic plaques, and beautifully displays the first verse of the Shema. The plaque features a delightfully decorative border, can be hung on the wall or placed on an accompanying stand, and arrives packaged in a gorgeous box with a certificate of authenticity and information booklet about the artist. Perhaps the most meaningful piece of home décor you can buy for your holiday!
Originating in the Torah, the Priestly Blessing - given to the People of Israel by Aaron the High Priest - is still recited by Aaron's descendants to this day. These descendants, known as kohanim (priests), perform the blessing at the front of the synagogue with their tallitot covering their heads and their arms outstretched towards the congregation. The outstretched hands of the blessing are beautifully captured in this stunning sculpture from Israel. The palms of the hands display the words of the blessing while their base is decorated with a wonderful depiction of ancient Jerusalem. Standing proudly on a solid black stand, this stunning sculpture will help you connect to your faith and heritage this Passover and beyond.
The Passover Seder ends with the words "LeShanah Haba'ah Be'Yerushalayim!" ("Next Year in Jerusalem!"), so why not make Jerusalem the focus of your Passover this year? This phenomenal hand-painted laser-cut bowl is designed by renowned Israeli artist Yair Emanuel, and flaunts a colorful depiction of Jerusalem, complete with its iconic domes. Supremely stylish and phenomenally practical, this is a truly remarkable piece of table décor for Passover and every day of the year.
If you have a quirky Jewish sense of humor then this wonderful wall clock is the one for you! Featuring the colorful art of Israeli artist Martin Holt, this clock shows the entertaining image of Moses parting the waters at a swimming pool so that a Hasidic man can run. This enchanting clock is a cheerful take on the Exodus from Egypt that lies at the heart of the Passover story. Joyful, practical, and on topic, this clock is the perfect Passover wall art for anyone who loves to show off their Jewish pride and playful taste.
If you're shopping for a fabulous piece of nature-inspired home décor to be the background of this year's Passover Seder, look no further than this phenomenal wall art by Israel's leading Judaica artist Yair Emanuel. Hand-painted and laser-cut, this fabulous work of art displays an array of colorful birds sitting in leafy pomegranate trees, as though viewed through a window. A blessing for joy and love in the home is also incorporated into the design. Whether for yourself or a gift for someone you love, this wonderful wall art will take pride of place at your home!
Celebrate the 12 Tribes of Israel and the Jewish people's ancient Biblical heritage with this exceptional embroidered wall hanging from Israel! Designed by one of Israel's leading Judaica artists, Yair Emanuel, this stunning wall hanging displays the name and colorful illustration of each of the 12 Tribes on a beautiful blue background. Rich in Jewish tradition and elegant in beauty, this wondrous wall hanging will make a great addition to your home décor this Passover and the rest of the year.
Remembering is a big theme of Passover, so make remembering Jerusalem a key theme of your home décor with this stunning stainless steel wall hanging! It features the famous verse from the Book of Psalms (137:5), "If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget itself" in a traditional Hebrew script. This special, stylish, and meaningful wall art will help keep Jerusalem and the Land of Israel at the forefront of your mind this Passover!
Decorate your home with a stunning piece of Israeli art this Passover with this sensational signed sculpture by the acclaimed Israeli artist David Gerstein. The free-standing sculpture is shaped like a Hamsa, the popular hand-shaped Jewish amulet that is said to ward off the 'evil eye'. The inside of the Hamsa is decorated with a superb array of Jewish motifs including a Star of David, Shabbat candlesticks, Western Wall, Menorah, and the Seven Species of the Land of Israel. The bottom of the design displays an evil eye with the Hebrew words "Besorot Tovot" ("good tidings/news"). A beautiful example of meaningful Jewish décor, this splendid sculpture is sure to be a focal point of your holiday celebrations.