From “gelt without guilt” to “Bracelets for Change,” to stylish lapis jewelry made by young Afghan women, you can make your Chanukah giving meaningful this year by purchasing fair-trade gifts that help women and families.
"Eat honey, my child, for it is good; honey from the comb is sweet to your taste." —Proverbs
Lest we forget about the distaff side of the Torah, here’s a t-shirt to remind us.
Some gift suggestions for hard-to-buy-for dads.
Stay on trend this spring with Judaica in classic blue and white.
Make this the year you splurge on an imaginative new plate for Passover.
This gold cuff bracelet would make a stunning adornment for your wrist long after Valentine’s Day is past.
Distinctive latke serving pieces can be purchased from Jill Fagin's Jillery line.
The kids will love creating Chanukah-themed cookies and Star of David ice cubes.
Image-based fashion jewelry includes earrings, pendants, cocktail rings and more.
Architecture inspires unique designs.
Parents can record their children’s milestones in this journal and celebrate being Jewish.
Jackie Olenick has branched out with beautiful pendant designs inscribed with the Shema and V’ahavta.
A sense of belonging isn’t the only thing that comes with products from the Jewnion Label. You’ll probably get a good laugh too.
From Sammy Spider to an iPhone app, there’s a Jewish calendar for every taste.
In this season of brave women, honor a special woman in your life with an inspiring and meaningful gift.
A Jewish Love Token
Give your love a gift with a Jewish flavor created by noted jewelry designer Carolee.
Girls have seen their moms wearing kippot, and now they can, too!
Cabot Creamery offers an array of kosher-certified cheddars.
Chicago artist Marla Wallerstein creates chais, hamsas and Hebrew jewelry that are strikingly different from the norm.
Judaic artist Jeanette Kuvin Oren’s personalized family trees make beautiful and meaningful gifts for anniversaries, milestone birthdays and other important occasions.