12.19.2011

One More Day

The first candle will be lit tomorrow night. 

Are you prepared for Hanukkah? 

Do you have all of your gifts? 

Shop now and save!




12.15.2011

Coupon Code: thankyou2011



What's the next best thing to a sale
A coupon code!

It's the most wonderful time of the year and after a wonderful year of wonderful Judaica and wonderful  customers, we are thanking you for shopping at Gallery Judaica

The not-so-secret code:
thankyou2011 

Shop now through Hanukkah and save
The coupon will expire when the Hanukkah lights go out


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12.08.2011

11...10...9...

11 days until Hanukkah starts. 19 days until our 20% off sale ends. 
SAVE ON GIFTS A.S.A.P.!!!





I have a little dreidel
I made it out of clay
And when it's 
dry and ready
Then dreidel 
I shall play!

Oh dreidel, dreidel, dreidel
I made it out of clay
And when it's dry and ready
Then dreidel I shall play!
 
It has a lovely body
With legs so short and thin
And when my dreidel's tired
It drops and then I win!
 
Oh dreidel, dreidel, dreidel
I made it out of clay
And when it's dry and ready
Then dreidel I shall play!


My dreidel's 

always playful
It loves to dance and spin
A happy game of dreidel
Come play now, let's begin!



Sivivon, 
sov, sov, sov
Hanukkah, 
hu chag tov
Hanukkah, 
hu chag tov
Sivivon, 
sov, sov, sov!

Chag simcha 
hu la-am
Nes gadol 

haya sham
Nes gadol 

haya sham
Chag simcha 

hu la-am.



Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah, 
come light the Menorah
Let's have a party, 
we'll all dance the hora
Gather round the table, 
we'll all have a treat
Sivivon to play with, 
and latkes to eat.

And while we are playing
The candles are burning bright
 
One for each night, 
they shed a sweet light
To remind us of days long ago.
One for each night, 
they shed a sweet light
To remind us of days 
long ago.




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Featured Artist: Steve Resnick


Steve Resnick does not just create Judaica items. He creates magnificent works of hand-crafted, etched glass Judaic art to be displayed and used in the home or office. Each piece is individually crafted by the artist himself, using no stencils or templates at any time, and no two pieces are alike. If you are looking for a unique piece of Judaica for your home, or a gift for someone who appreciates the beauty and inspiration that comes through handmade, one-of-a-kind art,  
Steve Resnick's work is the perfect choice. 

 

All of Steve Resnick's remarkable work is  
20% off for the next 
20 days.  


Buy one for yourself or as a gift before Hanukkah ends!
























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12.02.2011

Shabbat Shalom

Shabbat Shalom 
from Gallery Judaica.

It's Friday, so come by the store to pick up your free Got Kosher? pretzel challah.

Celebrating Shabbat and don't have a challah board to put the delicious mound of doughy bread on? 

We have so many to choose from! And most of them are 20% off through the last day of Hanukkah!


Baruch atah Adonai Elohaynu melech ha-olam
By Alessi
Blessed are You, Lord, our God, King of the Universe 

ha-motzi lechem min ha-aretz. (Amein)
who brings forth bread from the earth. (Amen)

By Nambe




 








By Michael Aram
By Mary Jurek
By Mary Jurek
By K4 Glass Art
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12.01.2011

Featured Artist: Amy Fagin

Amy Fagin's ketubot are on sale now through December 31st.   

Amy Fagin's finely crafted, illuminated ketubot reflect a broad spectrum of inspired designs. Her compositions incorporate an intellectual curiosity with a sinuous arrangement of space, pattern, symbolism and representational imagery.  Her signature line of "Contemporary Ketubot" are exuberant, multi-layered and thematically inspired compositions. Her "Heritage Ketubah" series reflects a new vein of inspiration for Amy which draws on the enormous diversity of cultural expression of Jewish heritage in communities worldwide.  Her "Miniature Ketubot" series are inspirations which are designed for couples whose taste in ketubah illumination reflects a more personal expression. These delicate miniature compositions are especially well suited for anniversary occasions. Amy Fagin's work stands out for its sophisticated yet inviting compositions designed for a lifetime of appreciation.

First Kiss Ketubah: 
The chemistry of Love has been the subject of creative expression throughout time and in every corner of the globe. "First Kiss" explores the surge and thrill of emotions that arise within as we draw close to one another and exchange the tenderness and trust that a first kiss expresses. Accompanied by ketubah vows, first kiss embodies the youthful energy of this unforgettable moment thought our lives.

 
Embrace Ketubah: The moment of embrace between lovers is perhaps the most intoxicating and mysterious force within the realm of human experience. Two individuals encircle and envelop one another, dissolving their apparent separateness. In the physical embrace of love, our consciousness expands and we glimpse the enormity of the cosmic and earthly forces that we are made and shaped by. With the “Embrace” ketubah, this moment is described in word, symbol, shape, pattern and color. Two join together in honoring the traditions of marriage and Jewish heritage. They widen their embrace, transcend individual experience. They unite with all humanity in the spirit of love and understanding. This completion is reflected in the blessing from Bereshit 2:1 “Thus heaven and earth were finished, and all their array.”


Double Ring Ketubah:   
The "Double Ring" design is an ageless and universally cherished symbol of two lives joined into one in love and marriage.  Illuminated in the completely unique signature style of 20th Century Illuminations, this contemporary rendering of the double ring design shines in its timeless accounting of the nature of a union bound in love.  Celebrating 2500 years of ketubah illumination, Amy Fagin's contemporary line of fine art ketubot delights couples around the world with finely crafted illuminations that speak to the heart and soul of love and marriage.



 
Wind Song Ketubah:  
"Wind Song" is a spirited, "young at heart" composition celebrating the diversity and abundance of life around us. From the artist herself: "The health and diversity of our planet depends on the stewardship of our natural resources by all people.  The promises of a marriage are cradled within the intricate and delicate web of life upon which we depend for our very existence.  Our exhilarating 'Wind Song' ketubah expresses a chorus of celebration from the wealth of our ocean's mysteries to the blessings of sun, rain and the plant kingdom.  Your promise is also our promise and with the purchase of our 'Wind Song' illuminated ketubah we will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Ocean Conservancy to help preserve the health of our oceans.  Our contribution campaigns are our way of thanking you for your patronage and working on behalf of the health of our planet, which we all share."



Each of Amy Fagin's ketubot offers a variety of texts to choose from. Depending on the ketubah, you can request one of the following texts: Traditional Aramaic with English, Conservative with Lieberman and English, Egalitarian/Reform, Commitment Vows, Anniversary, and English or Spanish only. Each ketubah can also be personalized, which means that the pre-printed ketubah text will be filled in with your personal information.

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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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