Wish List

The countdown continues: 
20 days until Hanukkah begins, 28 days until the 20% off sale ends.

Do you have 
a wish list 
you want to share? 

Our gift registry makes that easy.

Simply go to the "Gift Registry" tab on our homepage and create a registry. 

Once you have filled out all of the requested information, you can begin adding the items you want from our online shop to your personal registry. 

You can then send your registry to friends and family so that they know exactly what to buy you for the holiday, or for any other occasion! They are also able to find your registry by going to the same "Gift Registry" tab on our homepage and clicking on "Find a Registry". All they need is your first and last name!

You can update your registry at any time by adding additional items you find when you shop later, or removing items you no longer wish to receive.

The menorah featured above was created by Blackthorne Forge Judaica.  
Blackthorne Forge is owned and operated by Vermont blacksmith, Steven Bronstein. He and his helpers have been creating functional and sculptural artwork for over 25 years. Seder plates, matza plates, Hanukkah menorahs, tzedakah boxes, and Shabbat candlesticks are just a few of the objects for which Steven has sought to blend functional with  sculptural.

The home blessing featured above was created by Mira Ballard. Her artwork is composed of pewter or bronze with an antique style that recalls thousands of years of Jewish history.


The necklace featured above was created by Alef Bet by Paula, which has been a sparkling light in the world of Judaic and modern jewelry for 14 years. Alef Bet is not about traditional classics. They design and produce truly original and of-the-moment jewelry. Alef Bet is about fashion, faith, and forward-looking designs.



The tallit set featured above was created by Argaman Embroidery
Each tallit set is handmade in Israel and comes with a tallit, kippah, and tallit bag.

Add these and more to your wish list with our gift registry
Getting what you want and giving what they want couldn't be easier.

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