Enya Keshet: New Multi-Layer Papercut Ketubah Designs

Based in Pardes Hanna in the Haifa district of northern Israel, Enya Keshet has been hard at work creating new ketubah designs. Three quotations from Song of Songs compose the edges of this three-layered laser-cut piece. Have a look at Enya’s ketubah collection here!


Passover Sale Ends April 22nd - Still Time to Save

Hope everyone is enjoying Passover! As we munch a matza lunch, we wanted to remind you that our Passover sale runs through the end of the holiday (April 22, 2014) so there's still time to save. You can see our sale items by clicking here. Chag Sameach, happy holiday!


Tzuki Studio - Judaica Meets Pop-Art This Passover

Judaica meets pop-art! We've never seen a Seder Plate like this before - have you? A graduate of Technion Israel Institute of Technology, designer Shay Peled offers spirituality with a humorous touch at Tzuki Studio. See Tzuki's super-whimsical Seder Plates here.


Passover Items by Quest Collection On Sale Through 4/22/14


Our Passover sale continues! We've been working with Quest Collection for many years and they continue to impress. While they're known for their gorgeous hand-painted enamel work, we also love when they go for simplicity. Their Elijah & Miriam cups are terrific additions to a Seder table and make great Kiddush cups, too. And isn't their hand-washing cup awesome? Take a look here. Our Passover sale runs through April 22, 2014!


Aimee Golant's Exceptional Tzedakah Box Designs


Aimee Golant has integrated the Hebrew letter “Tzadie” into the design of this exceptional Tzedakah Box. The image is reminiscent of a tree, with the texture in the upper triangle resembling coins dropping in.

Bronze-plated edition now available! Click here to view.

One of Aimee Golant's goals as an artist is to produce pieces of Judaica that help people "come into peace and harmony with ourselves and the world."


Jonathan Adler: An Unusually Stylish Passover Seder Plate


Jonathan Adler is an expert at having fun while running a serious design company. His fine craftsmanship and colorful sense of optimism has made him a global force in home decor. Click to see Jonathan Adler's unusually stylish ceramic Seder Plate.


Mary Jurek's Stainless Steel Passover Creations

Mary Jurek's Passsover Seder Plate, Matza Plate & Candlesticks

Mary Jurek’s process begins with pencil drawings, followed by the age-old technique of hammering or "raising" flat stainless steel sheets into trays & bowls. More finely detailed elements are created with “lost-wax” casting techniques. Once the rough edges are ground & filed, items made with multiple parts are then hand- welded together. Click to see Mary Jurek's exquisite Passover collection here.


Laura Cowan's Futuristic Passover Designs

If we'll all be making calls from our watches while our cars drive themselves, why shouldn't Judaica make the leap into the future, too? Take a look at Israeli artist Laura Cowan's cutting-edge Passover Seder and Matzah Plates. Aluminum, stainless steel, neodymium magnets - this designer has got her eye on what's to come. See our full Passover selection here.


Nambe for Passover - A Sleek & Modern Touch to Your Seder

A family-owned company, Nambe began in 1951 during modernism's mid-century design movement. Each piece is crafted with their signature metal alloy, used exclusively by Nambe, which has the luster of silver and the strength of iron. Well known for their sleek, modern flatware and serving pieces, Nambe has moved into the world of Judaica. Here you can see their innovative Seder Plate and classic Kiddush / Elijah Cup and Candlesticks. The first Seder is April 14th, so if you're considering something new this Passover, see our full collection of Nambe here.


Purim Sale! Rare Megillah Holder from Hungary


Once in a while we have a rare piece that we'll probably never see again. On sale through March 16, 2014, this sterling silver Megillah holder was made in Hungary and holds a Book of Esther scroll (“Megillah”) approximately 9 1/2” tall and up to 2 1/2” wide. It is used for the annual reading of the Purim story.

The distributor for this piece no longer exists, so we have only one and we can't get any more. If you or your synagogue would like a beautiful addition to your Purim celebration, we recommend considering this stunning piece of European Judaica. This work of Jewish art is on sale through March 17th, 2014. Learn more here!

We also have Purim groggers available at our in-store location. We hope to see you!