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Jewish Jewelry Holiday Gifting Trends We Love in 2022

Getting into the Holiday spirit? We're sure you are making your lists, getting gifts for your friends, and family, and of course, getting a little something to pamper yourself too! It's been over two years since the pandemic changed things and we're just returning to holiday gifting as we knew it. We are all feeling blessed to have our loved ones around us and want to make them feel special in every way. And there's no better way to express ...
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Star of David Necklace: A Buyer’s Guide

The Star of David or Magen David (meaning "the Shield of David") has been an undisputed symbol of the Jewish faith for centuries and is also featured on the National Flag of Israel. A symbol of unity and hope for the followers of Judaism, the Star of David is a sacred symbol found on the metal shield of King David which is believed to have blessed him with Divine protection leading to innumerable victories. Rich in symbolism, the Star of ...
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Discover the Original Seven Species of Israel and Their Significance

The Scriptures talk about the exquisite beauty of the Land of Israel, "For the L-rd your G-d is bringing you to a good land, a land with brooks of water . . . a land of wheat and barley, [grape] vines and figs and pomegranates, a land of oil-producing olives and honey [from dates] . . ." (Deuteronomy 8:8).These then became the special seven species of Israel having a special connection to the Holy Land and each having its own significance.Wheat: Chesed - KindnessA ...
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8 Interesting Hanukkah Facts

Learn some new Hanukkah facts as we get ready for the “festival of lights”! Hanukkah is celebrated with special prayers, and of course, the lighting of the menorah. The word Hanukkah means “dedication” which denotes the re-dedication of the Holy Temple and is celebrated by the end of the year when days are short in the northern hemisphere.Did you know?1.     History behind the 8 Days of Hanukkah:The festival commemorates the re-dedication of the Second Temple that took ...
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5 Sukkot Traditions Explained

Sukkot is an 8-day Jewish festival where Jews all over the world leave the comfort of their homes to go and dwell in the Sukkah and shake the 4 species. This year, Sukkot starts on Monday, September 20th, and ends on September 27, 2021. Here we take you through some Sukkot traditions and gifts you can give to celebrate the season!The Sukkah for SukkotSukkot is all about living in and decorating your Sukkah, a non-permanent wooden hut, just like the Jewish ...
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Rosh Hashanah – A time for Hope, Blessings and, Of Course, New Year Gifts!

When you feel a slight nip in the air, sense the winds picking up speed and see shop shelves filling up with pomegranates and apples, you know it's time for Rosh Hashanah! The Jewish New Year known as 'Rosh Hashanah' (meaning - Head of the year) will start this year, 2021, after sunset on Monday, September 6th and last until sunset on Wednesday, September 8th. A time of hope for the new year and of reflecting on the actions of ...
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Top Picks for Tu B’av Gifts in 2021

"Love is all you need", but a little jewelry never hurt anyone! With Tu B'av round the corner, here's the ultimate gift guide. We've curated some beautiful Tu B'av gifts just for you.The Jewish holiday of love, Tu B'av falls this year on July 24. Popularly known as the Jewish Valentine's Day today, Tu B'av was a day of match-making during the times of the Second Temple. Single young women, beautifully dressed in white, would dance around the vineyards in ...
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Top 10 Father’s Day Gift Ideas

The Father's Day month has begun and so has the race for ideas for an ideal Father's Day gift! The year 2020 brought unprecedented times in our lives and we looked to our families for support, strength and love. With 2021, we hope we can say that the worst is behind us and we are learning to walk again. It is a reminder of the time we took our first steps - trying, stumbling, falling, getting up again and trying. Through it ...
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