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With Fall just around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to start preparing. The High Holy Days will be here before you know it.
Rosh Hashanah begins this year on Sunday, September 16th, just 44 days away! Start off fresh and celebrate the new year with new Judaica. Why not make it an even sweeter new year with a honey dish from one of our many wonderful artists? There's a honey dish for every personality. Take a look!
Michael Aram's Nickelplate Apple Honey Pot: This nickelplate, oxidized bronze and enamel apple shape gives this honey pot the appearance of life and vitality. This piece celebrates life along with the hope of a happy new year. A matching nickleplate spoon is included with the honey pot!
Quest's Small Flower Blossom Honey Dish Set: This vibrant, small flower blossom is sure to add more than a dash of sweetness to the Jewish new year. This piece by Quest is hand-painted with enamel and also comes with a spoon.
CJ Art's Apple Bowl for Honey: What do we dip in honey
each year when celebrating Rosh Hashanah? Apples! Dip your apples into this simple yet stunning Apple Bowl created by CJ Art. The bowl is crafted from Jerusalem Stone and you can find the words "Shana Tova Umetukah" ("a good and sweet year") etched on the rim beneath the lid.
Vagabond House's Bee Honey Pot: This honey pot is perfect for Rosh Hashanah or on permanent display in your happy kitchen. Vagabond House's Arche clear glass honey pot is topped with a pewter honey bee and accented with a busy bee handled honey spoon for an extra touch of sweetness.
Another style from Quest to celebrate the sweet new year with a dash of elegance. This honey bowl for Rosh Hashana is decorated with hand-painted enamel and Swarovski crystals. Celebrate a sweet new year with this stunning piece of contemporary Judaica.
Mary Jurek's Honey Bowl: This stainless steel honey bowl with a bee on top and a honey dipper included is the perfect accessory to start the new year. This handmade design combines beauty, joy, and sweetness all into one piece.