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The Vichinsky’s handcrafted Judaic ceremonial objects feature an uncluttered design which reflects their concern for balancing form with function. Their work has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, and in the permanent collection of the Wolfson Museum in Jerusalem.
Ceramic hand washing set for Passover. 8” diameter bowl, 5” cup with “Urchatz” written in Hebrew.
4 piece Havdallah set
Each wooden article is hand – painted with a brush using acrylic colors and then lacquered. The cup can be used for drinking and also be washed by hand in water since it is coated with several layers of lacquer.
14.5 X 15 hand painted silk matzah cover. Gold “Passover” written in Hebrew.
14”x14” embroidered Matzah cover. three slots for matzah. Each seder plate item embroidered in Hebrew.
14”x14” embroidered Matzah cover. Three slots for Matzah, “Passover” written in Hebrew.
14”x14” hand painted silk Matzah cover. Three slots for Matzah, each seder plate item written in Hebrew.
14”x14” embroidered Matah cover. “Passover” written in Hebrew, hand made in Israel.
14"x14” hand painted silk Matzah cover.
Tamara Baskin, born and raised in Israel, works with fused glass to emphasize elegant yet functional designs which celebrate Jewish life. Each handmade piece is signed and dated.