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Adler, Elaine's Ketubot
Handmade, personalized ketubot and other calligraphic art by Judaica artist. Traditional and contemporary designs. Boston, United States.
Online purchase of original, hand-crafted works of Jewish art. The artist is graduated of the Bezalel Academy of art and design. Jerusalem, Israel.
Offers beautiful Judaica for Shabbat and Holiday tables. New-York, United States.
Chuppas and Judaic Silk Painting by Marlena Schwartzman
Gallery of silk art pieces including chuppot, tallit, tefillin bags, challah covers, and brit pillowcases. Available only by commission. New York, United States.
The Gary Rosenthal Collection
Combining copper, brass and steel with fused glass. Contemporary style rooted in tradition. Kensington, United States.
Judaica Engraving International
Has been designing fine donor recognition products since 1965. Is leader in design and workmanship, plaques and walls grace for the finest institutions worldwide. New-York, United States.
Judaica in Wood and Carvings
Gregory Ruvinsky displays his handmade Judaica decorated in silver and ivory inlay. Jerusalem, Israel.
Eliahu and Carolina Sidon display their features Ketubah and Shiviti designs, Jewish life cycle certificates, protective amulets and blessings, Judaica and other fine art. Prague, Czech Republic.
Stands for New Judaica according to BenBrit, the artist who writes ketubot and invitations. He also created some Jewish table as the invisible man at the Kotel. Israel. [English and Hebrew.]
Full time Judaic artist, designs and produces ceremonial objects for more than twenty years for synagogues and other Jewish institutions. Knoxville, United States.
Creation of fine jewelry, religious articles, and Judaica in silver. Jerusalem, Israel.
Designs and builds Torah arks, ritual objects and objects d’art to ornament synagogues. Jerusalem, Israel. [Also in Hebrew.]
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