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Limited Edition Lithograph - Entre L’Hiver Et Le Printemps

Marc Chagall, Ketem Meshi Studio (production studio)
A limited (450) and numbered edition on fine quality Velin art paper. No artist’s or printer’s proofs will be issued and the plates will not be reused. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. 17.24″ x 12.52″. Beautiful handpainted, custom wooden frame.
Limited Edition Lithograph - Entre L’Hiver Et Le Printemps
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Justice, Justice

Gad Almaliah
An important concept of Judaism, these strong words are immortal. A favorite passage from the Bible to live by. Framed
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Heart and Soul

Bruce David
The love required to achieve our destiny is depicted by the words of the Shema prayer found in the sounds coming forth from the shofar.The rainbow shofar represents the call to all and the universal aspects of love. The individual upholding the Torah symbolizes our responsibility to be a light of the nations.
17.5″ x [...]

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Al Shlosha D’varim (lasercut)

Marci Wiesel
Upon Three Things Does the World Stand: On Torah Study, Divine Worship and Loving Kindness — This statement was taught by Shimon HaTzadik, one of the last remaining members of the Anshei Knesset Hagdolah (Men of the Great Assembly). It appears in Pirkei Avot (Ethics of our Fathers): Chapter 1, Mishna 2.
Size: 30 x [...]

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Blessing of the Children / Priestly Blessing

Marci Wiesel
Bircat HaBanim/Bircat HaCohanim (lasercut) - This papercut features the special blessing that we give our children just prior to Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year. It is introduced by the Priestly Blessing which is recited both in the synagogue on Shabbat and recited by parents around the world every Friday night [...]

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Blessing of the New Moon

Marci Wiesel
Size: 45.7 x 45.7 cm / 18 x 18″
Border Mat Color: Cranberry
This circular stained-glass-like design offers a symbolic representation of all the holidays that occur during the cycle of the Jewish year. The text of Birkat HaChodesh is recited during the Shabbat morning services, one time each month, with the coming of the [...]

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Prayer for the Israeli Soldiers

Marci Wiesel
Unframed
Size: 35.6 x 43.2 cm / 14 x 17″
Border Mat Color: Burgundy
The prayer for the welfare and success of the Israeli soldiers beseeches G-d to accompany and protect the young men and women who risk their lives daily in order to defend the Jewish Homeland. This design is meaningful to anyone who has pride [...]

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Woman of Valor

Gad Almaliah
This beautiful poem is a wonderful gift for a beloved wife, mother or special woman. Framed.
Woman of Valor
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Oath

Mordechai Rosenstein
The great Rambam, Rabbi Moses Maimonides, philosopher, physician, created an oath for physicians, based on the teachings of Torah: for compassion, human understanding and human dignity. “Inspire me with love for my art and for thy creatures. In the sufferer, let me see only the human being.”
Signed and numbered serigraph and is framed and [...]

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Candle Lighting Blessing & Prayer for the Family

Marci Wiesel
Yehi Ratzon (lasercut)- It is customary to recite this prayer after the kindling of the Shabbat candles. The prayer asks that G-d bless our family and all of Israel with a long lives filled with love, truth and righteousness.
Translation:
“May it be your will Hashem, my G-d and G-d of my forefathers, that You show [...]

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Justice, Truth & Peace

Gad Almaliah
Extraordinary print featuring Gadi’s own unique technique of hand embossed metal illustrations and exquisite calligraphy.
Each signed print is framed in a high quality custom metal frame.

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Home Blessing Blue

Mickie Caspi
This striking print has the names of the twelve tribes in English & Hebrew surrounding a modern home blessing written by the artist. Available in Gold or Mahogany frame. Framed Size: 18″ x 18″

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Man Woman (lasercut)

Ish Isha — In the flame appear the Hebrew letters that form the words “ish” and “isha” or in English, “man” and “woman”. The two letters, “yud” and “heh” are shared by both words and make up the name of G-d. Without His name the words “ish” – man and “isha” – woman become only [...]

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Prayer for the Physician

Noland Anderson
Framed in gold wood, this print is gold-embossed and comes with in-depth description on the reverse side. Dimensions: 17″ x 17″.

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CandleLighting Blessing

Mickie Caspi
Two bright Shabbat candles illuminate this print as delicate details shimmer and shine against the crisp background. Available in Gold or Black frame. Framed Size: 9″ x 13″

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CandleLighting Blessing

Mickie Caspi
Framed Size: 18″ x 18″
Candles lit in two silver candlesticks, a Star of David and delicate flowers adorn the candle-lighting blessings. Fine gold touches bring out the deep blues and purples to make this a wonderful gift for many occasions
Actual Text:
Blessed art thou, Lord our G-d, Creator of the universe who sanctifies us with [...]

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Welcome/B’ruchim Habaim

Mickie Caspi
Framed Size: 13″ x 10″
A delicate vine of flowers adorns the Hebrew & English calligraphy on this lovely wall hanging to welcome all.
Available with Gold Frame and White Mat.

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Prayer for Good Health

Rabbi Yonah Weinrib
13″ x 15″
Attractively double-matted and framed.
Rabbi Yonah Weinrib specializes in manuscript illumination, and has exhibited and lectured internationally. His historic work Pirkei Avos/Ethics of the fathers is acclaimed to be the most elaborately illuminated printed edition of the text in the last 500 years. He has been commissioned to create works for prominent [...]

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Limited Edition Lithograph - La Sirene Au Pin

Marc Chagall, Ketem Meshi Studio (production studio)
A limited (450) and numbered edition on fine quality Velin art paper. No artist’s or printer’s proofs will be issued and the plates will not be reused. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. 17.44″ x 12.52″. Beautiful handpainted, custom wooden frame.
Limited Edition Lithograph - La Sirene Au Pin
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Framed in Wood Antique Gold Frame

Moshe Braun
“May Hashem Bless you from Zion, and may you gaze upon
the goodness of Jerusalem, all the days of your life…”
(Psalm 128:5)
‘After many years of sketching and studying Jerusalem, I was motivated to create this work. Additional inspiration came from Tehillim (The book of Psalms). I have been drawn to this pasuk (verse) for a [...]

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Hear O Israel - I am Thankful

Marci Wiesel
Shema Yisrael-Modeh Ani (lasercut) - One of the times we recite the Shema is just before going to sleep at night, and we recite the Modeh Ani just as we awaken in the morning. In this manner we acknowledge and appreciate all that G-d bestows upon us throughout the day.
Translation:
Shema: “Hear O Israel, The [...]

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Noah’s Ark

Mickie Caspi
Framed Size: 18″x18″
A whimsical Noah’s Ark, a dove, day & night, and the Hebrew alphabet are all surrounded by a quote from Genesis (IX:14,15). Familiar and fanciful animals for each letter of the English alphabet make up the border.

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Holy City

Mordechai Rosenstein
Serigraph (silk screen) is a fine art term used in the reproduction of an image. Special paper is used to keep the integrity of the original design and the colors. Each print is offered framed and double matted. Sliding hardware is used for ease in hanging. Each print is signed and numbered by the [...]

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Home Blessing - Symbols

Mickie Caspi
A lively and delightful print, depicting symbols of the Jewish heritage including Shabbat candles, a mezzuzah, and a kiddush cup. This blessing wishes peace upon “…all who enter, and all who depart.” Available in Gold frame. Framed Size: 9″ x 13″

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Exodus to Freedom

Amram Ebgi
Limited edition offset lithograph, measuring 20″ by 20″.

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Woman of Valor

Mordechai Rosenstein
A crown surmounts the design attesting to the regal quality of a “Woman of Valor.” The lamp of learning refers to the instruction given to a child by the mother in the very early stages of life and continues until adulthood.
A string of pearls each bearing a letter of the alphabet, refers to the [...]

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A Woman of Valor

Marci Wiesel
Eshet Chayil (lasercut) - Source: Proverbs: 31:10-31 Eshet Chayil is traditionally sung around the Shabbat table before Kiddush is recited on Friday night and honors the woman’s strength and talents.

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Pursuit of Righteousness

Rabbi Yonah Weinrib
18″ x 23″
Attractively double-matted and framed.
Rabbi Yonah Weinrib specializes in manuscript illumination, and has exhibited and lectured internationally. His historic work Pirkei Avos/Ethics of the fathers is acclaimed to be the most elaborately illuminated printed edition of the text in the last 500 years. He has been commissioned to create works for prominent [...]

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Breast Plate (Hoshen)

Victor Shrem
This painting depicts the breastplate (Hoshen) worn by the High Priest in the Tabernacle during Israel’s forty years of wandering in the desert and later, in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Each of the twelve precious stones represents one of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. The Hebrew initial of each tribe appears below [...]

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My Heart is in the East - Mizrach (Lasercut)

Marci Wiesel
The Mizrach is an artistic sign or symbol placed within the house on an eastern wall to indicate the direction of Jerusalem for prayer.
Translation: “My heart is in the East and I in the uttermost West.” Source: Rabbi Yehuda HaLevi circa 1141
Size: 11″ x 14.5″

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