Ten Great Ideas for Tu B’Av Gifts

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Tu B’Av, celebrated as the Jewish Valentine’s Day, is a time for giving gifts to the significant other in your life. What could be a better thing to give your loved one than a lovely Judaica gift that speaks both of your love and the Jewish tradition you both share and love? As the holiday is coming up just next week, on August 4th/5th, I would like to share some of our favorite picks with you.

Gifts for Him or Her:

smaller couple brooch Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv Gifts A Couple Brooch: 24k Gold Plated A Couple Brooch, hand made by Noam Lipshiz, an Israeli artist.

kabbalah love necklace Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv GiftsKabbalah Necklace: Silver Circle for Love: This special Kabbalah wheel necklace is a Segula (virtue) for those looking for their soul mates or for couples looking to strengthen  their relationships. It is embossed in Hebrew with a quote the world’s greatest love poem Shir Hashirim/ Song of Songs.

Yarden Syrah Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv Gifts

Yarden Syrah: The 2003 Yarden Syrah offers up rich blackberry jam and fresh berry notes layered with earth, spice and chocolate. The wine is full-bodied with a lightly chewy texture. A background of oak fills out the wine’s organoleptic picture.

Gifts for Him:

Silver teffilin case Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv Gifts

Sterling Silver Tefillin Case: Exquisite sterling silver Tefillin case engraved beautifully with a depiction of Jerusalem. Engraved around the perimeter with: Uk’shartam le’ot al yadecha – And you shall bind them as a sign on your hand. Designd in Israel

Gray tallis Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv GiftsLight Blue Embroidered Blessing Tallit: Elegant blue-on-pale-blue raw silk Tallit embroidered beautifully with the Tallit blessing.  The Tallit is accompanied by a matching Kippah and Tallit bag. Made in Israel.

White LAce look on Ivory background Knitted Kippah Yarmulke Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv GiftsWhite Lace Look with Ivory Background Knitted Kippah (Yarmukle): High quality, Knitted Kippah (Yarmulke) with beautiful White Lace look on Ivory background.

Gifts for Her:

Israel Candle Holders Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv GiftsIsrael Candle Holders: Large Shibolim Candle Holders by Shulamit Kanter. “A land of wheat, barely and vines, of fig trees and the Pomegranate ; a land of olive trees and honey”. Includes two removable nickel plated brass candle cups.

Silver Plated Pomegranate Candle Holders Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv Gifts

Silver-Plated Pomegranatte Candle Holders: Crafted in Israel, these beautiful silver-plated pomegranates are elegant holders for ritualistic Shabbat or Yom Tov candles.

Classic Candle Lighter Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv Gifts

Classic Candle Lighter: Electro Forming Silver Classic Candle Lighter for Shabbat, Havdlah and Yom Tov candle lighting. Designed in Israel.

Sterling Silver Hamsa Red Ten Great Ideas for Tu BAv GiftsSterling Silver Hamsa Necklace: Red is for Love. This beautiful Adaya hamsa charm, is hand crafted in Israel, with red glass and crystal beads.
Comes with a sterling silver 16.2” chain, with no additional charge! All from Adaya jewelry.

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