We just finished celebrating Purim and now it is time to get ready for Passover!
Do you have everything you need for your Passover Seder?
- Haggadot-Books containing the service for the Seder
- Seder Plates-Ceremonial dish that contains the traditional food symbols for the Seder
- Matza dish-to hold the matza during the meal
- Kiddush cups-one for each attending the Seder in addition, Elijah Goblet and Miriam Cup
- Matza Cover-holds the three matzot during the Seder
- Afikomen Bag-Special bag to hide the middle piece of matza
- Mayim Acharonim-Ceremonial dish and cup for washing the hands during the Seder
- Candlesticks-The Seder begins with the lighting of the candles
- Saltwater and Horseradish Dishes-Pretty dishes made especially for Passover
- Plagues-Bag of plagues to use during the Seder
- Kepot-Yarmulkes-headcovering worn at the Seder
- Passover Music-Games-Puzzles and so much more to keep kids of all ages happy!
- Gifts for finding the Afikomen
- Host Gifts to take to the Seder
Stop by Shalom House Fine Judaica to see all the wonderful items we have for Passover!
It is our annual Seder Plate Sale where all Seder Plates in stock are 20% off through April 10, just in time for the Seder! We are here to help with selecting Haggadot and everything you need for the Seder table.
See you soon!
If you aren’t local shop online at www.ShalomHouse.com
The holiday of Purim falls this Saturday night with the reading of the Megillah-Scroll of Esther.
A tradition at Shalom House Fine Judaica during this time of year is not only to purchase items such as books, stickers, games and graggers for Mishloach Manot to give to family and friends, but to stop by to taste David’s famous Hamantashen. Hamantashen are filled-pocket cookies in a triangular shape, associated with the holiday.
The holiday of Purim is a time for giving tzedakah to the needy, feasting, celebrating in costume and having parties.
Remember to make it a tradition to stop by Shalom House Fine Judaica on Sunday March 12 for a sweet, delicious hamantashen made by David!
The Adam and Eve Collection of Tallit is designed by Michal Navon
These beautiful unique designs are made with the finest delicate fabrics and ribbons to create elegant, refined and modern tallitot.
Available for the Bar and Bat Mitzvah as well as Men and Women.
New designs and colors are available now at Shalom House Fine Judaica.
Come in soon for the best selection.
Take a look below at some of the beautiful designs offered.
Mazel tov on your upcoming wedding!
Your wedding day is a very special moment in your life! A day to make lasting memories!
Always remember your wedding day with a beautiful keepsake that holds the precious shards of broken glass from your wedding. A commemoration of your love that you’ll see every day.
Click here to see our selection of wedding-glass designs by our contemporary artists.
Something to add to your gift registry or to give to another wedding couple!
Wishing you all the best on your new life together!
Robin Hall was born in Brooklyn and loved creating with her hands since she was a child. Robin loved Judaism, its culture, spirit, values, depth and traditions. She began calligraphy classes in NY at 16 and a few years later in Hebrew. Robin Hall began lettering Ketubot in 1977 and a few years later relocated to San Francisco. Her portfolio is filled with custom Ketubot, which she has exhibited nationally — and she has published limited editions of Ketubot. Robin Hall enjoys the creativity of Ketubot, working with hand made papers, designing modern and traditional art as well as lettering texts. She also teaches Yoga in the Shape of Hebrew Letters.
Talented artist, Susie Lubell, uses mixed media together with layers of vibrant acrylics, tissue paper, oil pastels and paint markers, to create a rich environment for spirited animals, quirky gardens and whimsical buildings to come alive in her beautiful blessing art pieces. In addition to the blessing pieces, Susie creates contemporary ketubot. She is a self taught artist and illustrator whose works have appeared in galleries around the world.
We are fortunate to have her wonderful pieces in our store! While looking through to make your selection, the colors on the pieces will jump out to make you happy. There is something irresistible about them. Each piece is handcrafted and unique.
Susie is a native of California who now lives in Israel with her husband and children.
Joel Bless is an American glassblowing artist. His passion for glassblowing began during his time at Rochester Institute of Technology. After his college career he went on to teach glassblowing. He met his wife, Candace Luke-Bless in the 1970s. It was at that time both Joel and his wife established Glasslight Studio. Since the opening, Joel has constantly been innovating his products from lamps to Judaica products. Joel continues to teach glassblowing classes within the community.
See the products we carry from Joel Bless at the link below.
Music is always playing at Shalom House. As soon as you walk through the doors you find yourself singing and even dancing along without even knowing it. The music makes the atmosphere welcoming and warm. A chance place to meet old friends and make new ones while shopping for that special gift or item you need.
Great news! July is the month where not only are you singing and dancing to the music in Shalom House but you can take advantage of the music themed sale.
Any music themed item in stock is 20% off through the month of July!
Buy the CD that is playing and sing all the way home! Get that music menorah, mezuzah, dreidel, tambourine, kepa, jewelry or art! So many items to choose from and all at 20% savings.
You will always find something special and unique while visiting the store. A story behind each piece of art. Many items are handcrafted by artists from all over the world.
There is always something for people of all ages at Shalom House. So many items to choose from. So much to see.
Please dance on in soon and sing along to the music!
See you soon!