Pomegranate Paper Weight
The pomegranate is one of the seven species in which the Land of
Israel is blessed.
The pomegranate ripens at the beginning of the autumn and
symbolizes abundance, fertility, beauty and wisdom.
According to Maimonides, the pomegranate has many medicinal
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Menorah wall hanging designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman.
I [am] my beloved’s, and my beloved [is] mine (Song of Songs 6:3, King James Version)
This verse from the Song of Songs expresses the two-way relationship between the People of Israel and their G_d. The sages saw a clue in the initials of these words to the month of Elul. Each year during the month of Elul, we prepare ourselves for the renewal of this closeness through soul-searching.
To your Saturday night table, As the Sabbath departs, a touching ceremony takes place with wine, spices, and a candle.
it features a platter, a kiddush cup, a spice box, and a candle holder;
-The platter has the closing text of the havdalah blessing Hamavdil Ben Kodesh Lechol (“The One who separates between Holy and secular”) in Hebrew penetrating the metal. One quarter of the platter is a wooden holder for the lustrous kiddush cup.
-The spice box, in the shape of a fish, a pomegranate or a dove (depands on the set you choose), is wood covered with a metal sheet front and back. The closing words to the blessing over smelling the spices, ‘Borei minei besamim’ (Who created varieties of aromatic spices) penetrate the metal sheet to allow the aroma of the spices to come through.
-The candle holder holds standard rectangular havdalah candles. It is in the shape of a pomegranate or a dove (depands on the set you choose), and is made of wood covered with a metal sheet front and back. The closing words to the blessing over the candle, “Borei me’orei ha’eish” (Who created the lights of the fire) penetrate the metal sheet to reveal the wood below.
You are beautiful wall hanging designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman.
The main design and the story of this necklace comes in a circle padent that hang on body by a silver chain.
Behold, thou [art] fair, my love; behold, thou [art] fair; thou [hast] doves’ eyes. (Song of Songs, 1:15, King James Version)
This verse from the Song of Songs is a metaphor describing the love between two people. According to tradition, the sages say the Song of Songs is an allegory representing the relationship between the People of Israel and their God.
We read the Song of Songs on the Shabbat of Passover, since it describes many images of spring.
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Hamsa ben porat Josef framed designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman
Joseph is a fruitful bough, even a fruitful bough by a well; whose branches run over the wall (Genesis 49:22, King James Version)
This is the blessing Jacob gives to Joseph before his death. We find this verse written on amulets from the first century, and with good reason. In Talmudic times, Talmudic sages taught that Joseph and his descendants were protected against the Evil Eye; that is, the Evil Eye has no power over them. The Talmud compares Joseph’s descendants to fish in the sea—the water covers them, so the Evil Eye can’t control them. So it is for Joseph’s descendants, too: the Evil Eye can’t control them.