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Jewish Museum Lions Tie: Navy

The back plate design of a 19th century bronze Eastern European Hanukkah lamp is the inspiration for the decorative motif on this tie. Stylized lions set within dense foliage form an elegant overall pattern. Made in the USA of imported fabrics. Dry clean only. 100% Silk Twill. 4′w.

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Jewish Museum Lions Tie: Burgundy

The back plate design of a 19th century bronze Eastern European Hanukkah lamp is the inspiration for the decorative motif on this tie. Stylized lions set within dense foliage form an elegant overall pattern. Made in the USA of imported fabrics. Dry clean only. 100% Silk Twill. 4′w.

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He’Brew - The Chosen Beer - T-Shirt - Cotton

100% cotton T-shirt from Shmaltz Brewing Company, the makers of HE’BREW gourmet Kosher beer, including Messiah Stout and Genesis Ale. Note: Allow for shrinkage when ordering.

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Star of David Necktie

Let your Jewish pride show with this necktie. Dignified design is appropriate for any occasion.

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Jerusalem Scene Clock

by Artist Renee Vichinsky A scene of Jerusalem is incised in the middle of this Hebrew numbered clock. Glazed in blue, honey-brown, and other colors on a cream-white background. Each item is individually hand-crafted, using a fine white stoneware clay and glazed. Glaze varies with and within each piece. Each piece is fired to 2200 […]

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Hebrew Desk Clock & Frame - Silverplate

Time to show off! Add a photo to this compact desk clock. Hebrew letters that make up the Hebrew numerals 1 to 12 are on the face of this lovely desk clock. Textured, pink confetti design on silverplate finish. Each side is 3.5′ x 3.5′. Folds shut for travel or storage. Battery not included. Made […]

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Sunset Square Clock - Wood

by Designer Kakadu This best-selling clock features a 5.75-inch square raised panel painted with a sunset art motif mounted on a 10-inch square base. Inside is a high-quality quartz works that runs on one AA battery (not included). Hand made and hand painted. About this motif: Sunsets highly colorful abstract scenery is complex but integrated. […]

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Pomegranate Square Clock - Wood

by Designer Kakadu This best-selling clock features a 5.75-inch square raised panel painted with a Pomegranate art motif mounted on a 10-inch square base. Inside is a high-quality quartz works that runs on one AA battery (not included). Hand made and hand painted. About this motif: This wonderful fruit symbolizes wisdom, and that is why […]

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Jewish Motifs Clock - Glass

by Artist Anat Mayer Many significant motifs occur in the artwork of Anat Mayer, including the 7 Species of fruit from the Land of Israel, Hamsa, dove, fish, mazel, and more. Many of these are represented in brushed stainless steel and accented with shimmering, colorful crystals. Wall clock is 14′ D. Desk clock is 5.25′D […]

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Oy Vey! Clock - Ceramic

by Artist Lorrie Veasey Oy vey! I’m late! Oy vey! They’re late! You dont have to know Yiddish to express your exasperation! The ‘OY VEY’ clock does that for you. 1.25′x7.5′x7.5′

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Onyx Hebrew Desk Clock - Onyx

Hebrew letters that make up the Hebrew numerals 1 to 12 are on the face of this onyx desk clock. Each slab of onyx is individually cut and varies in color and pattern from creams and pale yellows, to pale greens and blacks. Battery not included. 4′x4′

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101 Classic Jewish Jokes

Jewish Humor from Groucho Marx to Jerry Seinfeld From the Borscht Belt shtick of Rodney Dangerfield to the urbane wit of Jerry Seinfeld, Jewish humor has had an enormous influence on modern comedy. Jokes about doctors, jokes about food, and of course, jokes about mothers - 101 classic jokes are in this book, along with […]

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Twelve Tribes Clock - Glass

Andreas Meyer Nahariya Glass Judaicaby Artist Valery Rotenberg This beautiful clock features the symbols for the 12 Tribes of Israel along with gold accents and Stars of David on a frosted glass background. Battery operated (AA - not included). From the Nahariya Studios of Israel where a master craftsman employing a combination of traditional and […]

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A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People

From the Time of the Patriarchs to the PresentEdited by Eli Barnavi Pictorially sets forth the four-thousand-year saga of the Jewish people with nearly a thousand detailed maps, brilliantly reproduced drawings, photographs, and paintings, plus chronologies and commentaries by dozens of leading experts. The Atlas covers all aspects of the Jewish experience from earliest times […]

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An Empire of Their Own

How the Jews Invented Hollywoodby Neal Gabler Provocative, original, and richly entertaining group biography of the Jewish immigrants who were the moving forces behind the creation of America’s motion picture industry.(502 Pages) ‘In this enthralling book of social history by Neal Gabler, Hollywood’s founding fathers come vividly to life as evolving characters in a drama […]

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Brides and Betrothals

Jewish Wedding Rituals in AfghanistanEdited by No’am Bar’am-Ben Yossef Brides and Betrothals features one of the ethnic communities that comprise the multicolored fabric of Israeli society. The rituals of the wedding serve as a window opening onto the public and private lives and customs of the small Jewish community of Afghanistan, which emigrated to Israel […]

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Book of Blessings

Exquisitely Illuminated Hebrew & EnglishIllustrated by: Raymond Cintas Includes Passover Haggadah The Book of Blessings, intended for the entire family, features an array of blessings, dedications, prayers, and hymns for the Sabbath and holidays. The book is divided into separate sections, for the Sabbath and every holiday. Each section includes answers to key questions. The […]

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Chronicles: News of the Past

1726 BCE to Modern DaysEdited by Dr. Israel Eldad and Moshe Aumann Jewish history uniquely retold - in the form of a modern daily newspaper. Complete in one volume.Part One - In The Days of the Bible - From Abraham to Ezra, 1726-444 BCE. The story of the Bible, set against the background of the […]

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Ecclesiastes - Kohelet

by Tamar MesserIllustrated by: Tamar Messer Ecclesiastes contains 20 illustrations in full color printed on artistic paper in Hebrew and English. Artist’s Notes: ‘The Book of Ecclesiastes deals with philosophical questions about life and what is good in it. I strove to illustrate only the positive verses but was not entirely successful, because for almost […]

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Entertaining America

Jews, Movies, and Broadcastingby J. Hoberman and Jeffrey Shandler Entertaining America is a captivating look at one of the longest-running and most provocative public discussions in America: the relationship between the nation’s Jews and its entertainment media. This colorfully written, lavishly illustrated book surveys how Jews have participated in and been identified with American movies, […]

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First Aid for the Jewish Soul - Mini Book

with Charm BookmarkEdited by Evelyn BeilensonIllustrated by: Jo Gershman This charming book offers a wealth of inspirational quotes about Judaism. Attached is a 24K gold-plated Jewish star that can be used as a bookmark or on a necklace or bracelet.(80 Pages) 3.25′x4′ Publisher: Peter Pauper Press, 2000

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Flights Into Biblical Archaeology

by Shimon GibsonIllustrated by: Duby Tal A fascinating and exciting journey into the rich and colorful past of the Land of Israel, spanning thousands of years and every culture, Flights into Biblical Archaeology, is unique. It provides the reader with a set of oblique aerial photographs of exceptional beauty of many of the most important […]

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Good Yontif: A Picture Book of the Jewish Year

Illustrated by Lynne Feldmanby Rose BlueIllustrated by: Lynne Feldman Ages 4-7 Good Yontif is a visual celebration of the Jewish year. The reader follows one family through the cycle of holidays and festivals which punctuate and thereby define Jewish life. Conceived by author Rose Blue, the story is told through the art of Lynne Feldman. […]

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Grandparent’s Memory Book for Jewish Families

Edited by Marsha Rehns Grandparents and extended family can personalize their own family keepsake that will be enjoyed by both present and future generations with the elegant and user-friendly new Grandparents Memory Book for Jewish Families. The fill-in-the-blank pages and lay-flat binding allow families to record personal memories and reflections on topics from family history […]

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Great Jewish Men

by Elinor Slater and Robert Slater The Jewish contribution to civilization has been remarkable. Elinor and Robert Slater pay tribute to 150 Jewish men of distinction, who have achieved prominence worldwide by virtue of the excellence of the works they have produced, the discoveries they have made, and the countless ways in which they have […]

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Great Jewish Women

by Elinor R. Slater and Robert Slater The one hundred major biographies in this volume are the authors’ considered choice of Jewish women who have had the great impact on their respective fields. Each profile describes the unusual gifts of the woman and her achievements, noting, when relevant, her relationship to Judaism and the Jewish […]

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Great Jews in Entertainment

by Darryl Lyman Featuring over one hundred major portraits and two hundred thumbnail sketches, Great Jews in Entertainment is a glorious celebration of Jews in the performing arts. Darryl Lyman, author of the acclaimed biographical works Great Jews in Music and Great Jewish Families, salutes outstanding actors, singers, comedians, and musicians whose contributions to the […]

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Great Jews in Sports

by Robert Slater Replete with facts, figures, and statistics, this volume documents the contribution of Jewish athletes to the world of sports over the past two centuries. More than 100 full stories and scores of thumbnail sketches of the greatest Jewish sports figures of the past two centuries. Introduction by Red Auerbach. Revised and updated. […]

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Great Moments In Jewish History

Joy, Despair, Courage, Creativityby Elinor Slater and Robert Slater The authors bring to life events that have over the past four thousand years shaped the Jewish people and determined the course of their history. Divided into four sections-Moments of Courage, Moments of Joy, Moments of Despair, and Moments of Creativity-this stirring work recreates the high […]

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Had Gadya: The Only Kid

Facsimile of El Lissitzky’s Edition of 1919Edited by Arnold J. Band El Lissitzky, best known as an avant-garde artist, created this enchanting illustrated version of the Passover song ‘Had gadya’ early in his career, while immersed in the Jewish cultural renaissance that flourished in Russia from roughly 1912 to the early 1920s. This edition offers […]

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