Our hours are Sunday 10am - 4pm, Monday through Thursday 11am - 5pm, Friday 10am - 3pm. Tallitot and Ketubot by appointment: Email info@kolbo.com to schedule. Free shipping* on web orders over $99! (*excludes custom orders. For continental U.S. only)

Our hours are Sunday 10am - 4pm, Monday through Thursday 11am - 5pm, Friday 10am - 3pm. Tallitot and Ketubot by appointment: Email info@kolbo.com to schedule. Free shipping* on web orders over $99! (*excludes custom orders. For continental U.S. only)

From Our Blog

The Lone Voice of the Shofar: A Call from Isolation
The Lone Voice of the Shofar: A Call from Isolation

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin September 08, 2020

Here in the Northeast, it has been almost six months of varying degrees of self isolation and social distancing. That is six months of sourdough bread Youtube videos or garden experiments or other creative pursuits. Or... not.

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Kolbo Tips: Our Top 3 Ways to Tackle Candle Residue
Kolbo Tips: Our Top 3 Ways to Tackle Candle Residue

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin February 10, 2020

Our customers often ask us how to remove wax from the Shabbat candlestick sets and menorahs they choose from our gallery. After lots of trial and error, we have recently compiled a few quick and simple ways to tackle this job.   

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Chanukah Recipes Revamped
Chanukah Recipes Revamped

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin December 13, 2019

Coming to the end of December (and Kislev), the Festival of Lights looms brightly in the corners of our eyes. The moon wanes in the sky, we dig our menorahs out of storage—or perhaps purchase one for the first time—

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From Tea Lattes to Talmud: Creating Spiritual Coziness Between Holidays
From Tea Lattes to Talmud: Creating Spiritual Coziness Between Holidays

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin November 18, 2019

As the warm weather recedes and is replaced by quintessential fall days, early sunsets and frosty mornings, many of us feel a sense of loss. We are already nostalgic for those long summer afternoons, the barbeque heating up and the sound of kids’ voices as they chase each other along the beach. American culture’s answer to this seasonal despondency is potatoes. A lot of potatoes, preferably served next to a lovely roast turkey and cranberry crumble. Comfort food, expressing gratitude, and getting cozy together as the winter approaches are wonderful antidotes to the sadness of saying goodbye to summer. 

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