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Your Rosh Hashanah 2016 Judaica and gift guide

This is your step-by-step guide to creating a beautiful Rosh Hashanah – and the must-buy gifts your friends and family will love!

Happy Rosh Hashanah!
Happy Rosh Hashanah!

Rosh Hashanah is fast approaching, which means it’s time to start planning festive New Year feasts and ordering gifts for your nearest and dearest. Our Rosh Hashanah 2016 Gift Guide includes beautiful Judaica pieces to refresh your holiday décor, as well as some more unusual gift items. Replete with pomegranate motifs, this collection is bound to leave your loves ones smiling!

Like every other festival, Rosh Hashanah starts with ceremonial candle lighting, so why not start with some brand new candlesticks? This handmade ceramic set from renowned ceramicist Michal Ben Yosef is subtle, stylish and stunning.


The meal starts with Kiddush, the blessings said over wine. Choose a wine fountain or Kiddush set so you can easily distribute wine to your guests and family.

Next up: ritual hand washing before eating bread. Talented artist Dorit Judaica has special hand towels designed especially for Rosh Hashanah!

Dorit Judaica Netilat Yadayim Towels
RRP $36 Our Price $22.99

The fragrant, fresh challot are usually presented on a beautiful tray. Created just for Rosh Hashanah, this stunning shana tova tray from David Fisher features delicate cutouts and bright colors, and will make a sensational centerpiece.

One of Rosh Hashanah’s sweetest customs: dipping pieces of apple into golden honey. There are some gorgeous honeypots around – we love this crystal honey dish from exclusive designers Caesarea Arts.

Sweet and indulgent, honey is the ultimate New Year treat. Try this delicious, all natural honey from artisanal producers Lin’s Farm, made with pomegranate syrup. You won’t be able to resist!


No holiday meal is complete without an excess of deliciousness, and this delightful gift box from Lin’s Farm will make an outstanding addition to any festive table! Enjoy a collection of spreads, dips and wine, all made in the Holy Land.


If you’re looking for a totally unique and original gift, check out this amazing collection of pomegranate hanging decorations. Thematic, seasonal and symbolic, any of these pieces would make a wonderful and unusual gift.

Shana tova!

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