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Sandblasted glass menorah. 12” width, 4.5” height.
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-selected, handcrafted peach and cream and light brown Jerusalem Stone menorah. Interspersed with luminous colored glass.
Handmade in Israel. 13x3” base, 5.5” height.
Silk and fabric challah cover. 15.5 inches by 19.25 inches.
This cream and white floral design challah cover is by Israeli artist Ronit Gur.
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.
This beautiful honey and apple plate set would be an elegant addition to your Rosh Hashanah table. Made in Israel by Lily Art.
This whimsical commemorative plate has a diameter 13.5”.
Personalization takes 2-3 weeks and is included in the price. As this is a personalized special order item, additional shipping charges may apply
Select rim color: Yellow, Lt.
4” ceramic honey jar with blue patina glaze “Honey” written in Hebrew, Matching tray with “Borei pri haetz” written also in Hebrew
A favorite hostess gift for Rosh Hashanah.
18/8 Stainless Steel
Dishwasher Safe (Handwash Recommended)
Size: 4¾" x 1¾"
9” Diameter. Small and large ceramic bowl with honey-dipper.
This bowl features a beautiful floral design with apples to reflect the fruitfulness of the Jewish new year.
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.
From the Meditteranean Collection, these flat glazed ceramic honey and apple sets come in an assortment of warm colors. The plates are approximately 8.5” in diameter. Food safe but hand washing is recommended. Three piece hand painted.
21 x 27.5 inches
“May our lives be as full of blessings as a pomegranate is full of seeds” encircles the marriage vows in this whimsical, folk art ketubah.