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The Jewish holiday schedule for 2014. Find about the unique selection of Jewish holiday gifts we have available as well as the times and dates of these holidays in the coming year.

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<Traditional Menorah for the HomeIn preparation for this week-long (seven day) holiday, people of the Jewish faith gather together for a celebration that represents internal freedom, peace, joy, and love. Throughout this festival they use “sukkahs”, which are temporary shelters topped with branches and decorated with harvest and autumnal themes, as they are built in order to observe the holiday.

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Rosh Hashanah Gift Ideas

9/3/13 1:00 AM

HAMSA AND STAR OF DAVID LIGHT BLUE LEATHER BRACELETThe Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is a special holiday that encourages the practitioner to reflect on his or her previous year and the mistakes that were made so that during the New Year these missteps of the past have turned into valuable lessons that imbue one’s life with wisdom, clarity, peace and joy.



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Star of David Leather Bracelet The six pointed Star of David, Judaism and Israel's distinctive symbol, has also had a significant usage as an art symbol. Whether it be paintings, sculpture, or in a myriad of jewelry designs, the 'Star' (also called Magen David or Shield of David) is commonly used in various art all over the Jewish world.

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Eshet Chayil Song

1/14/13 5:05 AM

Eshet Chayil Jewelry Box The famous Jewish traditional song "Eshet Chayil" in Hebrew or "Woman of Valor" in English, is popular not only among families singing it, but also as a verse inscribed on various Judaica art pieces and Jewish Jewelry pendants and necklaces.

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Jewish Gifts Calendar

1/14/13 5:03 AM

Hanging Pomegranate The Jewish calendar year, which begins with the month of Tishrei (from mid to late September) has certain periods in which gift giving coincides with the particular seasons. During the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur many types of gifts are given, especially gifts of food and wine, as well for the home. As these holidays usually fall during or after the September Equinox, the holidays usher in the Autumn season, and gifts of harvest related items, including paintings, pottery, and other art work are very good gift ideas. These holidays are also deeply tied to religion; and a number of Jewish jewelry gift items, including amulets and Judaica items make excellent gifts.

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Shabbat Candlesticks

1/14/13 4:57 AM

Shabbat Wooden Candlesticks Every week, before the beginning of the Jewish Sabbath, women light two candles to mark the beginning of the religious day of rest for observant Jews. As it was instructed by G-d to His servant Moses on Mt. Sinai, and written in the Ten Commandments: "Remember the Sabbath Day and keep it Holy". The tradition of lighting two candles or two small lamps of oil to usher in the Sabbath, or Shabbat in Hebrew, is said to originate in Jewish communities situated in and around the Mediterranean basin in the 8th Century C.E. The custom eventually spread to other Jewish communities until by the 14th Century it had spread over the entire Jewish world.

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Judaica

1/14/13 4:56 AM

Judaica Gift - Bat Mitzvah Star of David Necklace The term Judaica covers diverse areas of the Jewish world and civilization, including Jewish history, culture, holidays, language, scripture, religious teachings, religious books, Jewish jewelry and artifacts, in general everything having to do with the Jewish religion and the Jews.

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The Ana Bekoach Prayer

1/14/13 4:40 AM

Ana BeKoach, g'du-lat y'min-cha ta-tir, tze-ru-ra: We beg Thee, with the strength and goodness of Thy right arm, Untangle our knotted fate.

Jewish Jewelry Ana BeKoach Necklace So begins one of the most significant prayers connected with the Kabbalah. The Ana BeKoach prayer, also chanted by Jews each Friday night, has an unknown author, and is attributed to have been written around the Second Century C.E. The prayer is made up of seven sentences which are supposed to correspond with the seven days of the week. The Kabbalistic meaning is even more pronounced as the prayer itself is actually a form of code for the name of God. Each letter corresponds to its numerical position within the Hebrew alphabet, and if you add up the first letters of each word you have the number 42, which is encoded to be first 42 letters of the Book of Genesis.

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Priestly Blessing Silver Wheel Pendant During morning prayers and holidays, the Kohanim approach the front of the synagogue and bless the congregation.
This is known as the Priestly Blessing, Birkat Kohanim or Nesiat Kapayim.
The prayer or blessing is based on the scriptural verse: "They shall place My name upon the children of Israel, and I Myself shall bless them."

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