Judaica for Mother's day - modern design and tradition make great fusion

Many cultures dedicate one special day to honor mothers and motherhood. In Israel 'it is the day of Henrietta Szold's death that was declared, since early 1950', as national mother's the exact date is Shvat 30 '- ל' שבט, at winter, around January. In the few last decades, Israeli mother's day was transform to 'Family day', and we wonder - did all women rights issues were solved already that there was such a need to turn this special day to an equal day for all family members?
Although we are modern Judaica designers and usually seek to re inventuals, we regret the new theme of 'family day', we absolutely cherish the original idea of honoring our mothers.

Modern Shabbat candle holders
Luckily, we have a reason to celebrate motherhood, thanks to our Judaica web stores, in which we sell modern Judaica to Jewish community abroad, we have the chance to celebrate a real mothers day. This post is for our own mothers - Leah, Hadas's mother, and Shoshana, Anat's mother, who are both our first and leading fans :)

Modern Hanukkah Menorah. Handmade of ceramic, traditional silver Judaica
Both Shoshana and Leah decorate their homes with every new item created in our studio. We enjoy seeing the beautiful fusion of old and new on display in their festive ware cabinet.

modern Judaica geometric ceramic design with traditional bohemian glass
These photos were taken and Kruk's home and Stein's home. Each object has a story, where did it came from, who got it as a gift, some items were given to our mothers by their mothers, and some were given by us, straight from the ceramic stove.

For more gifts ideas for your mother, visit our Judaica store and shop original Jewish items handmade made in Israel

Jewish art, contemporary Judaica and traditional Judaica