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Twenty-three Jewish Major League Baseball players offer first-person insight on their lives, careers, and experience of religion within professional sports.
By Peter Ephross, with Martin Abramowitz.
9” Hand blown glass candlesticks with iridescent white coloring. Made in New Orleans, each piece has it’s own unique swirling colors and shades.
Hand-filigreed and hand-wrought sterling silver kiddush cup. Made in Israel.
15” length, 5” width, 2” height. Copper, brass, and steel.
Nine vibrant mercury red candle holders sit atop the straight line of a treble clef -- the shape of this musical themed menorah.
From the Meditteranean Collection, these flat glazed ceramic honey and apple sets come in an assortment of warm colors. The plates are approximately 11” in diameter. Food safe but hand washing is recommended. Three piece hand painted.
6 x 6 “ square glass serving dish with paper backing.
This square glass bowl has a golden, red and orange paper backing with an ornamental and blithe tulip design. By Lily Art, from Israel.
6” height, 3/4” diameter. Brass filigree.
This incredibly intricate brass filigree mezuzah features a blue tree of life highlighted within the leaflike metalwork.
Apple and Honey set with honey dipper; red floral pattern.
6” diameter Jerusalem stone Tzedakah box with removable top.
Framed: 13 x 13 dry point etching design with space for personalized message.
3 in W x 3in D x 5 in H
With its glossy pink pearl background and pink star, this tzedakah box is a must-have for any Bat Mitzvah girl.
When Miriam was stricken in the desert, Moses offered this prayer for her healing, still used today. Ten hands create a circle of healing directed towards the soul, represented by the opening rose.