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Announcing the Winners of The Jewish Hostess Seder Table Contest!!!

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Announcing the Winners of The Jewish Hostess Seder Table Contest!!!

5 Comments 06 May 2011

I just want to start off this post with a huge THANK YOU to all of the Jewish Hostesses that sent in pictures of  their Passover holiday tables. I can’t describe to all of  you how excited I get whenever I get a recipe, an email of encouragement, and especially when you share a bit of  your holiday with me and all of  the Jewish Women  all over the world.

Take a peek at all of the gorgeous Passover Table submission Pics! Click HERE!

The effort and creativity that went into these seder tables are a true inspiration to all Klal Yisrael. You should know that we have many young and newly married Jewish women reading this blog, and many have told me that though they haven’t made their first seder yet, but they have been inspired by all of YOU. Whether you used your finest china, a bento box as a seder plate, or even gorgeous plastic plates from Amazing Savings, it was really about the unique HOLIDAY MEMORIES that you have created, and will be remembered and re-told for generations to come.

The  unique and gorgeous Seder Table pics that you have sent in are  as unique as the beautiful Jewish Hostess behind them.

Originally Josh the florist decided to give $100 worth of flowers to ONE winner…. but we looked at all the submissions and I said, “Josh, how can we just choose ONE, so many were great...” so he agreed to 4 prizes, (which I think was very nice of him- don’t you think?)

Visit Josh and Co. Florist at their brand new location in Brooklyn, at 1965 McDonald Avenue Between Kings Highway and Quentin Road.

Judged by originality, creativity, most Facebook “likes”, most comments and emails sent to me as votes, the winners are:

With the MOST FACEBOOK “LIKES” and the most original idea for a seder plate:

Winner #1:

to receive a $100 gift certificate to JOSH AND CO. FLOWERS:

CLAUDIA BILDIRICI !!!!!!

Truly “out of the box” seder plate!

check out her seder table HERE

Winner #2 :

$50. worth of flowers from Josh and co. to:

Alexis and Sarah Mizrahi who set up their whole seder table as a surpise for their mother!

Check out A Seder Table That Could Split the Sea! Click HERE

Winner #3:

$50. Worth of  Flowers from Josh and Co.

Thank you Sarah Mamiye for sending in your elegant seder!

Her table that looks like a million!   shh… don’t tell anyone that the dishes were from Amazing Savings and vases are from Home Goods!!!!

Click HERE to check it out!!!

Winner #4:

$35 worth of flowers from Josh and Co.

An elegant seder that really gave her family the experience of coming out of Egypt!

Smoke (Victoria bought a smoke machine on Halloween and saved it for her Passover seder!) frogs, and a gorgeous table.

Check out Victoria Arnold’s seder HERE. Thank You Victoria for sending in your seder pics!!!

Winner # 5-

A Jewish Hostess Apron for April Yvonne Adams! Her gorgeous Passover eggs inspired so many

readers!!!  they almost look fake !!! check out her authentic “leaving the desert seder” HERE.


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A Fabulous Bold Passover Table Setting- Remembering the 10 Plagues

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A Fabulous Bold Passover Table Setting- Remembering the 10 Plagues

1 Comment 18 April 2011

Thank you Kim Dabah for this stunning Seder table inspiration!

Succulent red roses, napkins and plates, inspire our holiday theme to remind us of “Makat Dam”- the plague of blood filling the Nile River as a punishment to king Pharoh of Egypt for not allowing the Jewish slaves to leave Egypt in freedom. What creativity! Keep sending in your Seder Pics to WIN $100. worth of Spring flowers!

 

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Presents for the Sephardic Groom- My Gift Wrapped Swanee

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Presents for the Sephardic Groom- My Gift Wrapped Swanee

2 Comments 03 April 2011

 

In a nutshell, a swanee is a Syrian Jewish custom in which the bride receives gives from her fiance and future mother in law prior to the wedding. These gifts range from beautiful soaps and lingerie to fine crystal and jewelry! In recent times, brides started to do the same for their future husbands. The men’s gifts can be anything from a watch and cufflinks to a kiddush cup and other beautiful Judaica.  They’re usually beautifully displayed on a table and exchanged in front of close friends and family!
I don’t know about you, but I would never want to receive a beautiful gift in 99¢ wrapping paper. I believe that the  presentation is just as important as what’s inside the box!  The hours of meticulously picking out, wrapping, and displaying each gift was more difficult than it looks, but it was well worth it!
For my husband’s swanee, I wanted to create a beautiful display table that also matched his personality.
So I used the following wrapping papers and color scheme:
Navy Suede - classic, handsome, masculin
Orange Textured Pebbles- bold, unique
Tuscan floral print- interesting, fun
I added rustic wood crates, pretty bows, and an organza navy stripe linen. And there you have it! A beautiful swanee display table.
 

Lillian Antar Shomer
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Heather’s Vegan Seder Plate

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Heather’s Vegan Seder Plate

No Comments 01 April 2011

Thank you Heather Nyack for your seder Pictures!
“We opted this year to move the table into the living room, as two of our guests are pregnant: Rachel Wedel Cruse, is 39 weeks, and my daughter Ashlianna Nyack, is 24 weeks with twins, and have the seder table between two couches, so the ladies could recline on the comfy couch. It made… for a much more relaxed seder not just for them, but for everyone. We also use the avacado pit option on the seder plate, instead of the lamb shank, as we are mostly vegetarian, and working towards becoming vegan. We have kids who cannot eat eggs — we let them have Kosher chocolate eggs for that portion of the seder. Finding ones that work for all the kosher/vegan/allergen issues though can be tough!”

 

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Seder in Style

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Seder in Style

4 Comments 30 March 2011

There is perhaps no more traditionally Jewish night than Seder night, and there is no reason that your Seder table has to be as stale as the Matzah you are serving!

These modern takes on the traditional Seder plate will add that Dash Of Panache to your traditional Seder.

Here are our picks for best  modern Seder plates of 2011:

1.Elegant Ceramic Seder plate engraved by hand, this Bernardaud “Louvre Judaica” Seder Plate is the perfect Passover gift for your favorite Jewish Hostess.  At Bloomingdales $220.

 


2. This contemporary  sterling silver seder plate is a stunning piece. Famed designer LellaVignelli brings her strong architectural vision to a limited collection of Judaica commissioned by The Jewish Museum. Of course its my favorite one and at $1875.00 its the most expensive!!!

3. This Spode designed seder plate is based on historic Judaic manuscripts from the 1880’s, influenced by early ceramic tile motifs,and features the traditional Judaic colors of blue and white. $103.00 available HERE.

4. A celebration of spring’s arrival, this handcrafted seder plate by American artist Melanie Dankowitz is lasercut from stainless steel. This is my second choice for prettiest seder plate, much more affordable at $254, HERE.

5. Laura Cowan makes a line of Judaica that is space-age minimalist.  We love it.  This seder plate design is inspired by the craters on the moon’s surface and is crafted out of polished aluminum. $199.00 available HERE.

6. Designer Ann Morhauser created this elegantseder plate featuring 24kt gold lettering and trim on a glass platter. $225 available HERE.


7. Designer Jonathan Adler brings us this modern seder plate for Passover.   The seder plate is crafted in glazed porcelain with real gold accents and is sure to be smashing on your holiday table. $150.00 available HERE.

8. Designer Michael Aram created this seder plate inspired by the form of pomegranates, a symbol of eternity, fertility, and plenty.  It is an age old image which crosses cultures and transcends time and one of the seven species of Israel.  Weaving modern thought with tradition, Aram included seven spaces rather than six, so the seder plate can hold both the six symbolic seder foods and an orange, which honors the contributions of women. $225.00 Available HERE.

9. The designers at Israel Giftware Designs is affordable and and chic. $29.99 available at Amazon.com

 

 

10. This artfully designed porcelain Seder plate has the elegance of a Michael Aram’s style and the price of
Crate and Barrel at $85.
The Secret Trick to Boiling Gorgeous Eggs for an Elegant Seder Plate

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The Secret Trick to Boiling Gorgeous Eggs for an Elegant Seder Plate

11 Comments 27 March 2011

Even though the hard boiled or roasted egg that is placed on the Passover seder plate is symbolic of mourning and destruction of the Beit Hamikdash in Jerusalem, Jewish Hostesses worldwide can still beautify their seder plates by using this unique idea from Apartment Therapy.  Create your own unique Passover seder patterns that may even impress Eliyahu Hanavi!

Recipe and photos via  thekitchn. 

Huevos Haminados
Makes 12 eggs

all measurements are approximate
Onion skins
2 tablespoons peppercorns
2 tablespoons salt
4 tablespoons of white vinegar (or 2 glugs, as Sierra says)
4 tablespoons olive or vegetable oil
1 dozen eggs
pretty leaves, such as parsley or cilantro (optional)
clean pantyhose (optional)

You begin by asking your grocer for as many discarded brown onion skins they can give you. For a dozen eggs, we used about 8 cups, although it’s recommended that you have twice that for the best color, particularly if you are slow-cooking them. If the onion skins are dirty, wash them before proceeding.

Fill a large soup pot with the skins, cover with water, and bring it to a boil. You should see the color of the water change to medium brown. Then add the peppercorns, salt, and white vinegar. Turn down the heat to a simmer.

Gently lower the eggs in the water, making sure they are completely covered, and add more water if necessary. Cover the surface of the water with the oil, and then cover the pot with a lid. Let simmer, covered, until the eggs are a rich mahogany color – about an hour.

Cooked this way, the eggs have just the slightest flavor of onions, and are similar to hardboiled eggs. If you want hot eggs on your Sabbath table, you can move the pot to a preheated slow oven (about 225F) after you add the eggs. The longer cooking time will increase the onion flavor, although it will still be delicate.
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Before adding the eggs, you can press a decorative leaf such as parsley, cilantro, or even a leaf from your garden to the outside. Affix the leaf with pantyhose, tied in a tight knot. Just to be safe, we would refrain from cooking these pantyhose clad eggs in the oven.

The longer you cook the eggs, the more likely they are to crack. They’ll have a spiderweb-like pattern on them, similar to Chinese tea eggs and more of the onion flavor.
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Jewish Hostess of the Week! -Bridget Ben Dayan

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Jewish Hostess of the Week! -Bridget Ben Dayan

2 Comments 21 March 2011

 

How cool is Jewish Hostess Bridget Ben Dayan? I’m in love with her creative Purim party ideas and I’m so glad that she took the time to share it with all of us!  Of course you can take this table decor idea and use it for your Passover Seder or any festive occasion during the year.  Be the next Jewish Hostess of the Week and send in ANY cool ideas to ME! Marlene M.

Dear Marlene,
Last year was our first time making a Purim party for the kids.  It was so much fun that we decided to do it again.

  • We started out by making photo invitations online which was easy and a great way to get the kids involved and even more excited about Purim.
  • Next we found a great magician, Magician Mo, who entertained the older and younger kids alike.  All we had left to do was prepare a dessert table and we had a party!
Since we were having boys and girls, I tried to incorporate various colors so it would look festive and colorful and each of my kids would think it was for them.
  • I started with hot pink fabric as a runner, then turned my mom’s white square platters upside down for a new look.
  • I found a book of scrapbooking paper that had different patterns using blue, green & grey.  Each platter got a different design and then was topped with glass and ready for dessert.
  • In the center were two simple vases of flowers filled with jellybeans to incorporate all of the colors.
  • All the desserts were “pick up” pieces, which  are delicious, look great and makes the table look much neater.
  • I found a great solution for fruit also, I found these small, cool shaped plastic bowls and mini spoons in amazing savings. I filled them with my new favorite combination of orange, grapefruit and fresh mint and put them alongside the mini spoons.
We had such a nice day, the kids were able to have fun, we were able to spend time with our friends, and then we had the whole afternoon to enjoy the Seuda with our family.
Thanks for letting me share…
Bridget

 

 

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Claudia’s Bento Box Inspired Passover Seder Plate

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Claudia’s Bento Box Inspired Passover Seder Plate

11 Comments 16 March 2011

I am inspired by so many people in my life, and Claudia Bildirici is one of them. If you bump into Claudia on the streets of Brooklyn, you may be lucky enough to get a creative tabletop tip from her as she runs off to Deal, New Jersey to bake in her Passover kitchen for 3 days so that she can supply the entire Associated supermarket on Avenue P with her delectable Passover desserts. She also owns her own Kosher Biscotti company and I am still waiting for her to pitch her Lottie’s Biscotti (spelt, pistachio, chocolate flavors to name a few….) to Jet Blue airlines to serve instead of their cardboardy, tasteless biscotti . Her crunchy, thinly sliced biscotti can be bought online, in local stores, and  in Macy’s Cellar, New York City. Claudia- thanks for sharing your Passover creativity with all of us! Marlene

“The bambo storage box  was my inspiration. When I saw it at Amazing Savings, the $2. price  tag was an offer too good to refuse. I decided to fill the bento box with tiny plastic boxes that came 12 in a pack. I put 5 small plastic boxes in the bamboo box to hold the egg,  celery, salt water, charoset.and lamb shank. I also added the wine glass, endive and romaine to complete the individualized seder plates.I boiled the egg with onion skins and parsley leaves. Now that the seders are over, I am lucky to have all of these great storage boxes!

Happy Passover! Claudia “

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Allison’s Breathtaking Seder Table

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Allison’s Breathtaking Seder Table

4 Comments 15 March 2011

 

 

This magnificent table setting for a Passover meal just in from Allison Srour!!!

Allison is our first contestant to ENTER to win $100 worth of Shabbat flowers !!!!

Send in your holiday table pics now to marlene (AT) thejewishhostess.com!!!!

A picture is worth a thousand words  so feast your eyes!!!

By the way you can buy affordable table cloths and these napkin rings from Allison- email her at

allison7396@aol.com

 

 

 

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How to Add Drama and Fun to Your Purim Seuda Table

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How to Add Drama and Fun to Your Purim Seuda Table

4 Comments 02 January 2011

To all of my Jewish Hostesses,

Meet Elizabeth Braha,  Elizabeth is an emerging talent on the interior design scene. She is a graduate from Parson’s School of design.

Her elegance and fresh approach to style is a breath of fresh air.I’m loving her Tony Duquette inspired Purim table. I’m thinking of buying animal print fabric from HERE to use as a tablecloth or napkins…

Keep an eye out for more of Elizabeth’s posts, as she promised me that she will find the time to inspire us in between the baby feedings….Enjoy! Marlene M.

“More is More” Purim 2011

After a hectic day of carpools and diaper changes, I usually find it calming to set a clean and simple table. I typically use a lot of whites of varying textures, along with stainless steel silverware, always some flowers, and occasionally when the timing is right, candles. This calm setting is perfect during the year, but Purim calls for more fun and  pizzaz.

I decided to go on a fantasy shopping spree inspired by one of my favorite designers, Tony Duquette. Duquette was known for his glamorous mix and match approach to decor.  Beauty, not luxury was what he valued, designing homes for many of Hollywood’s leading actors, as well as jewelry for royalty and parties for fabulous friends. He fearlessly layered exotic prints with organic textures such as leaves, feathers, bamboo, and branches, and splashed metallic and bold colors into the mix.

This Purim let’s embrace flamboyance and say goodbye to simplicity, as Tony Duquette said, “More is More”!

While it would be impractical to live so ostentatiously every day, we should all take inspiration from Tony Duquette and use the special day of Purim to rejoice and add some extraordinary splendor to our lives  … if only for one night!

Here are some of my favorite picks for your Tony Duquette inspired Purim table this year!

1- Square ceramic red vases at Pier One Imports $49.

2- Mask at Mardis Gras Costumes $9.99 and up

3- Dahlia placemat at ABC Carpet and Home $8.

4- Tortoise plates by Juane De Chrome at Michael C Fina $156.

5- Leopard plate by Wayland Gregory at Michael C Fina $195.

6- Mask at Anytime Costumes $9.99 and up

7 -Bamboo napkin ring by Dransfield and Ross

8- Coffee pot by Haviland at Michael C Fina $472.

9- Turtle salt and pepper shakers by L’Objet at Vivre $175.

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How to Make Shavuot Special for Kids

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How to Make Shavuot Special for Kids

No Comments 01 January 2011

By Carol Ungar

1. The counting of the Omer is exciting for kids especially if they’ve counted the whole way through at home or at school. Emphasize this.

2. It’s customary to decorate the home and synagogue with greenery because  on the day that  the Torah was given Mt. Sinai was full of flowers . Send your kids out into the garden to clip flowers and shrubs. Better yet, go out there with them.

3.Kids usually love the Shavuot dairy menu. In addition to blintzes think lasagna, quiche and yogurt soups.

4. Tell the story of Mount Sinai with great  drama. Hachai Press has a wonderful kids book about called  “When the World Was Quiet”  which describes that very special day

5. Talk about what it means to recieve the Torah.

6. Go to the synagogue to hear the Ten Commandments.

Click below for a great assortment of books for kids bedtime. A great holiday present!

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Rosh Hashanah This Year-Is it Early or On Time?

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Rosh Hashanah This Year-Is it Early or On Time?

No Comments 01 September 2010

by Linda Dayan

Most of us are still enjoying the summer vacation. We are away from the daily routine, which keeps us busy during the year at home. The kids may be in camp and few parents have any thoughts about school supplies!

However, I’m sure that you have heard (even if you claim to have forgotten every now and then)… the Holidays are “early this year!”

As I once heard from Rabbi David Orlovsky: “Did you ever notice that the High Holidays are either early or late? How come they are never ON TIME?”

We have entered the Jewish month of Elul, which tells us that Rosh HaShana is less than a month away. This statement is not meant to pressure anyone. It is your friendly reminder that we have some work to do; not only for our freezer, but also for ourselves.

The days of Elul are imbued with H-Shem coming closer to the Jewish people. During this period, He is more intensely accessible, with His good will and forgiving “disposition.” We don’t want to miss this opportunity!

But…

Yetzer HaRa (the evil inclination) knows just how to trap us, especially when we are trying to improve. We have to be conscious of how to send him packing. Here are some of his tactics that he may throw your way (so watch out!):

“So what if you talk some lashon hara now and then? It’s not so bad; besides you have to be sociable.”

“You were born with lots of anger; that’s how you’ve always been and no one expects you to change – especially at your age!”

“I know it’s important for you to dress more modestly, but come on… you’re not that religious. Besides, if you can’t do it perfectly, then why try at all?”

So let’s use these days of Elul to make baby steps in the right direction.

No, your speech will not change overnight. But you can learn 2 halachot a day with a friend (not more, or you may give up). It can take about five minutes on the phone and make a difference in your day.

Anger, or any mida (personality trait) can take years to work on. NOW is the best time to start. No one said you have to finish! Perfection is another one of the Yetzer HaRa’s tricks to get you to despair. How about aiming to keep your voice down for a specific one or two hours a day.

If you want to be more modest, pick some area that is not too difficult for you. If you have a friend for support, that always helps. But don’t think that a baby step in the right direction is not considered growth. No matter how tiny, YOU have made a STEP. And H-Shem values that!

So know that H-Shem loves us and is closer this time of year. Take advantage of His kindness to us by looking for small meaningful steps to enter this New Year as a person who is trying.

Do your best and let H-Shem do the rest.

Wishing all the Jewish Hostess readers a healthy, happy and sweet year; one in which we feel fulfilled, accomplished and having more self-respect because of our efforts to progress.

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Announcing a Summery Shabbat Table Contest!

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Announcing a Summery Shabbat Table Contest!

4 Comments 04 August 2010

 

To all of my JEWISH HOSTESSES!

Beautify your Shabbat  with a little splash of  SUMMER thrown in!

Send me your SUMMERY shabbat table pics-CLICK HERE to email me!

The photos must include your kiddush cup, challah cover and some summery elements!

Think SHELLS? COLOR? FLOWERS? SEA GLASS? 

Use your imagination!

CLICK HEREfor some SHABBAT  TABLES to get you started!

Lets all be inspired from one another!

Do you have friends in OTHER STATES?? OTHER COUNTRIES??

Forward  this link and lets see how everyone celebrates Shabbat all over the world!

HOW COOL IS THAT???

I have a prize for every submission!

Thank you for being a part of The Jewish Hostess family!

Love,

Marlene

p.s. “Everyone is gifted – but some people never open their package”~ Unknown

 

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A Parasha Ponder…Parashat Chukat

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A Parasha Ponder…Parashat Chukat

No Comments 17 June 2010

In this week’s Torah portion, Hashem instructs Moshe to speak to the rock to bring forth water for the people. Instead of following these exact instructions, Moshe is flustered by the congregation’s nagging and hits the rock. Furthermore he calls the people “you rebels.” Moshe’s reaction does not please G-d, and Moshe is consequently punished.

Luckily for us, the bible is not filled with perfected angels treading on clouds, but rather with actual people living on the rough terrain of life, providing stories we can learn from.

How Moshe reacted makes me think about what regular people do in frustration. Most of us (not me,) raise our voices and find some way to bully our viewpoints through. Who of us can say (maybe me) that we have not once used name-calling to try to inspire someone to improve?

Parents, teachers, and spouses especially hold very close mirrors that can reflect a lasting picture. Calling a person lazy, stubborn, dumb, sickly or annoying is like placing a permanent and damaging brand on his or her self-image. While it is better to say: You are acting lazy, dumb, sickly, and/or annoying, it is still better is to say: You are helping me so much, I love what you are saying, you look better today, thanks for being so kind, showing such patience…

And when loved ones just don’t inspire these words, I say, hold your tongue and look harder.


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Coolest Modern Judaica

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Coolest Modern Judaica

2 Comments 08 June 2010


“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. “- Aristotle

The simplicity of these designs will enhance your home, but more importantly, refine the mitzvot of Hanukah, havdalah, mezuzah, tefillin and kiddush.

For the  Jewish dad who appreciates fine design.

Check out these extra special Judaica pieces designed by Jewish artists. Though some of these items may be pricey, you will never tire of these timeless creations.

1- The ever changing menorah -A signed and numbered limited edition of 199 pieces by Yaakov Greenvurcel.  The Ever-Changing Hanukah Menorah is a dynamic sculpture, that one can rearrange in virtually endless configurations. Separate units of the Menorah can be used for Shabbat and for other occasions.It was awarded the first prize by the Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, 1980.

2-http://www.jerusalem-art.org/Embroidery by Adina Gat Artist-

These Tefillin bags, Challah covers, Chuppahs etc. are all hand embroidered to perfection. My brother in law had a koracha made up with Adina and it is absolutely magnificent. Contact Adina for more photos and custom orders.

3Modern Award Winning Havdalah Set by Silversmith DesignerSrulovitch Sari .Born and raised in Jerusalem. Graduated with distinction from  the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem (BFA), and the Royal College of Art, London (MA). Her works of art have received many prizes and awards. Contact the artist for more info.

4-Sterling Silver and Gold Mezuzah Case $325

5-Sterling Silver Kiddush Cup by Piet Coen $585 for Jewish Museum members. Regular price $650.

6-Set of Kiddush Cups by Yaacov Greenvurcel- magnificent and modern sterling siver  kiddush cups. Contact the artist for prices.

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Classy Kiddush and Havdalah Gifts for Father’s Day- June 20

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Classy Kiddush and Havdalah Gifts for Father’s Day- June 20

1 Comment 03 June 2010

Husbands, dads, brothers and grown sons, will appreciate these new  modern additions to the Shabbat table.  These unique treasures will be weekly reminders of your thoughtfulness and are a true reflection of your love.

Chipping in with other family members will definitely lighten the bill!

For more info about the kiddush and havdalah prayer click Here.

Michael Aram $54.

Michael Aram Kiddush Cup

Modern Classic $165.

Sterling Silver Classic Kiddush Cups

Michael Aram $79

Michael Aram Wine Accessories

Bergdorf Goodman Reidel O Series Barware $195.

Bergdorf Goodman Decanter and Barware

Illusion Decanter-Target $59.

Illusion Decanter by Target

Modern Decanters $175-$225.

Modern Decanters by Clayton Gray Home

Kiddush Papercut Artwork $89. unframed

Kiddush Papercut

The Family Table Birkon Rabbi Shlomo Riskin $19.95

The Family Table Birkon

Gallilee Region Wine with Wood Box $99.

Gallilee Region Wine with Wood Box

Sauvignon Blanc $32.

Sauvignon Blanc $32

Havdalah Set by Israeli artist Shraga Landesman $225.

Havdalah Set $225

The platter  above, is made of beech wood and stainless steel. The same materials were used for the mounted pomegranate candleholder and peace dove spice box. The Kiddush Cup is solid brass. Made in Israel.

Aluminum Design Havdalah Set by Shraga Landesman $65

Havdalah Set $65

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