Spring Seder Plate
Passover is also called the festival of spring, evidence of which can be found in the Book of Exodus in the verse that adorns this Passover plate “Today you go out in the month of spring” [Exodus 13.4].
This Passover plate is made of gold plated brass placed on an oak tree.
Modern Havdallah Set0.00₪
This modern Havdalla set is to your Saturday night table, As the
Sabbath departs, a touching ceremony takes place with wine, spices,
and a candle. Made from anodised aluminium Sizes: Tray 20X18X2
cm. Besamim Box 10X10X3.3 cm Nickel silver cup 8.5X6.8 cm Candle
Holder 11X9X7 cm. * The price mentioned is for the whole set. * Please
make sure you have selected the right set according to the number
indicated on each image.
Judaica Peace Wall Hanging0.00₪
Judaica Peace wall hanging designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman
the sayin of this padent in one word is ‘peace’ shown by 3 objects, the very known peace sign, the dove and with a quote for the bible:
… “and they shall beat their swords into plowshares”… (Isaiah 2:4, King James).
This verse from the prophet Isaiah about the End of Days is the most widespread and commonly quoted expressions of our yearning for peace.
A complete Scroll of Isaiah was found in the caves of Qumran near the Dead Sea. Today, the original is on display at the Shrine of the Book in the Israel Museum, where it’s possible to see these words which so completely symbolize peace.
Menorah Wall Hanging0.00₪
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.
Pomegranate Wall Hanging0.00₪
Pomegranate wall hanging designed by the israeli artist Shraga Landesman.
Pomegranate from aleph to taf (A to Z)
It is said that the Torah is as full as a pomegranate. Why did the sages choose the pomegranate? Because in most types of fruit, there’s a small space full of air. The Torah, like the pomegranate, is so full of seeds there’s not even a drop of air.
To illustrate this saying, I chose to fill the pomegranate with all the letters, from aleph to taf, which are used to write the Torah.