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Honor Your Woman of Valor or Eshet Chayil

Don’t get left behind without a gift for your mother on Mother’s Day. A great way to honor your mother is with a framed print of the Eshet Chayil or Woman of Valor biblical poem which is traditionally sung every Friday … Continue reading

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Hamsa Lucky Ring

The Hamsa Lucky Ring is now available and makes a great gift. The ring is gold plated and decorated with cubic zircon stones and is designed to fit the entire lower part of your finger. The hamsa hand is an old amulet … Continue reading

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The Perfect Mother’s Day Gift- Woman of Valor Print

There is no better present for your mother on Mother’s Day than a framed print of the biblical Quote from the Book of Proverbs. The words are traditionally sung at the Shabbat table to a mother and wife by her children and … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Left Without a Menorah on Chanukah

Chanukah is just around the corner, December 14-24 to be exact so this is the time to start thinking of buying a menorah. One of our all time favorite menorahs is the VW Bus Wheeling Groovy menorah. This is certainly … Continue reading

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Calling all Lego lovers!!!

Your Lego obsessed son or daughter is going to love this new mezuzah by Jewdads. There are 10 different Lego characters that are available as mezuzahs- Darth Vader, Hello Kitty, Superman, Spiderman, Ironman, Chewbacca, Obi-wan Kanobi, Woody from Toy Story, … Continue reading

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Seder Plate by Jillery… & dinner tonight.

I fell in love with this Seder Plate the minute I saw it. The seder plate is decorated with Jill Fagin’s trademark bead work. It has a very whimsical feel to it. The middle of the seder plate has the … Continue reading

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The Hamentaschen Gragger…. And Dinner Tonight

Drown out Hamans name in style with this paper mache gragger in the shape of a hamentaschen. You will surely turn heads if you bring this gragger to synagogue as opposed the metal ones we all grew up with. Paper … Continue reading

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