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Rosh Hashanah 2024 is rapidly approaching! Also known as the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Thursday, October 2, 2024, or on the Hebrew date of 1 Tishrei. Rosh Hashanah 2024 will mark the beginning of the Hebrew year of 5784. The Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah involves a lot of food, family, and prayer services at synagogue. Each community has its own customs and norms, but a universal aspect of celebrating the Jewish New Year is having a festive dinner complete with the foods that are traditionally associated with Rosh Hashanah, like pomegranates, apples and honey, fish, figs, dates, and more.

Gift-Giving on Rosh Hashanah

It's also common among many families, friends and communities to exchange gifts during this particular Jewish holiday. If you're searching for gift ideas, you've come to the right place! We carry hundreds of gifts for the Jewish New Year. Jewelry, home décor, Jewish art, honey dishes, gift boxes... you name it, we have it! We know Rosh Hashanah is rapidly approaching, so we have also curated our top picks for the best Rosh Hashanah gifts here on this page to make your shopping experience even easier.

Supporting Local Israeli Businesses

In addition to being our best-selling items, and like everything on our site, each piece is made in Israel by local artists. When you shop with us, you're supporting Israeli artists living in the Jewish homeland who draw their inspiration from Jewish tradition and the Land of Israel. A handful of the designers we work with are also carrying on longstanding family businesses that have been creating Judaica for hundreds and hundreds of years. Shofar maker Barsheshet-Ribak is a perfect example: their family business dates back to 14th century Spain and continues to craft traditional, kosher shofars from their studio in an artist's colony in Tel Aviv. On this page, you will find more than 70 of our favorite gifts that are perfect to send to your loved ones during the High Holidays. If you're unsure of who to send gifts to or what kind of gifts are best for each situation, we're here to help with that, too! Keep reading for suggestions and gift ideas.

Rosh Hashanah Hosting Essentials

If you're the one hosting, we have plenty of Israeli-made tableware, serving dishes, décor, and more that are perfect for creating a sweet and joyful Rosh Hashanah atmosphere at the table, all of which are created by Israel's finest artists. Renowned Israeli designer Yair Emanuel is especially known for creating gorgeous tableware, such as pomegranate runners, challah covers, and other decorations.

Rosh Hashanah Gifts for Hosts

You can never go wrong by bringing a gift with you to a meal where someone else was generous enough to host you. A Rosh Hashanah gift from Israel is the perfect way to say "thank you" to whoever welcomes you into their home throughout the holiday. Pomegranate jewelry, a honey dish, a bottle of Israeli wine or honey, or Jewish art and décor are all thoughtful ideas that you can bring with you to give to your host as a token of your gratitude.

Rosh Hashanah Gifts for Children

In some families, it is also customary for parents to give a Rosh Hashanah gift to their son or daughter. If the child is younger, Israeli snacks, bedroom décor, or a a pendant necklace featuring a Star of David, a pomegranate, a shofar, or their name in Hebrew are all lovely Rosh Hashanah gifts that will ensure your child is proud of their Jewish heritage. If your children have already left the nest, consider gifting a children's blessing for their wall, or a Rosh Hashanah Essentials set complete with honey dishes, serving trays, a challah cover, and other festive items that will help them celebrate a meaningful Rosh Hashanah dinner in their own home as they start their own traditions and carry on the heritage you passed down to them.

The Perfect Gift for Anyone...

A Rosh Hashanah gift that is perfect for all ages and loved ones is a gift box from the Land of Israel. Featuring Israeli delicacies such as silan (date honey), tahini, teas, olive oil, spices, wine, chocolate, and halva, we have nearly a dozen different gift boxes to choose from so you can send a taste of Israel straight to the lucky recipient. Sourced from several farms across Israel, all of the products included in each gift basket are kosher. We also carry Israeli coffee, candy, snacks, and more! For more inspiration, make sure to check out our list of the Best Rosh Hashanah gifts for 2024. Happy shopping, and Shana Tova from Jerusalem!

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