Shabbat by Michal Ben Yosef

Judaica by Michal ben Yosef

Aesthetics have always played an important role in Shabbat observance. Fine beautiful dishes represent the honor and dignity that we extend to this day. The magnificent ceramic Shabbat items of world famous artist, Michal Ben Yosef, will definitely enhance the beauty of Shabbat observance and will add an exciting dimension to your Shabbat table. Each item expresses her sensitivity for the spirit of the Jewish People and her love of its traditional texts.

The gentle colors and charming designs of her pomegranate and floral style Shabbat candlesticks will appeal to every age group. Her glorious Kiddush cup comes in a range of colors. She presents us with a stunning choice of ceramic Challah Boards. You will adore her pomegranate decorative themes. If you prefer a less formal board, look for the rural casual design that comes in a choice of colors. There is a choice of boards for those who prefer a design with Hebrew text… stunning royal-looking ceramic boards with elegant designs incorporating words from the Lecha Dodi Shabbat prayer or another board boldly displaying words from the traditional Shalom Aleichim prayer alongside traditional greetings and blessings. An innovative board that will be enjoyed by your family and guests displays Biblical verses that refer to the blessings of bread and food. The boards coordinate with a selection of challah knives - colorful ceramic handles attached to quality blades.

As night falls, Michal invites you to bid farewell to the Shabbat by reciting the traditional Havdalah prayer using her stunning ceramic Havdalah set. The wine cup, spice bowl and candle-holder stand on a tastefully decorated tray. Each color is graceful and charming – it will be difficult to choose.

"More than Israel has observed the Shabbat, the Shabbat has preserved Israel," says the popular saying. Michal Ben Yosef's Shabbat Collection, harmonizing the timeless beauty of ceramic art with the holy Shabbat day, will surely help to strengthen the Jews' love and devotion to this holy day.

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