En-Gedi Kiddush Cup



925 Silver cup, gold plated interior;
brass base, silver plated and patinated, guatemala marble bottom


The deconstruction of the cup into two distinct units gestures at the ceremony itself, in which the kiddush cup passes from hand to hand, only to return to the ceremony leader once the circle is complete. The text revealed once the bowl is separated from the base was designed by a master calligrapher, representing a modern interpretation of the ancient Hebrew script used in period scrolls and letters unearthed in the area. Each base has a unique patina pattern and colors.

Limited Edition of 90



Babatha Candlesticks




$875



Hand blown glass


15*6Ø cm // 5.9*2.4Ø inch

The candlesticks holds within a memory of the glassware used as perfume capsules around the first century AD. Each piece is unique, a result of the the natural flow that is the hallmark of the hand-blowing process.


This Item is made to order.

Limited Edition of 54





Desert Menorah




$980


925 Silver cups;
brass base, silver plated and patinated


10*5.5Ø cm // 3.9*2.2Ø inch

When not in use, the disassembled hanukiah creates a riddle that demands an answer. When it revolves around to its intended use the menorah’s structure elicits a playfulness, as its form shifts through the eight nights of Hanukkah.
Each item has a unique patina pattern and colors.


This Item is made to order.

Limited Edition of 90

Orchard Challa Cover




$150




Linen garment, cotton lining


45*36 cm // 17.7*14 inch

The designs embroidered onto the cover are taken from the Bar-Kochba coins found in a cave, coins that were pressed onto existing silver Roman coinage. Each of the images represent a component of the Sabbath dinner. The text embroidered onto the cover was designed by a master calligrapher, representing a modern interpretation of the ancient Hebrew script used in period scrolls and letters unearthed in the area.
The cover has two color variants.


Scroll Mezuzah




$170

Brass, silver plated and patinated


2*11 cm // 0.85*4.3 inch
The mezuzah was designed as an amphora that houses the parchment itself. The letter Shin inscribed on the mezuzah face was designed by a master calligrapher, representing a modern interpretation of the ancient Hebrew script used in period scrolls and letters unearthed in the area.
Each item has a unique patina pattern and colors.


Limited Edition of 180



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