• This wonderful prayerbook for children will help introduce children to the joy and beauty of the daily prayers. It is the result of many years of devotion and experience in early childhood education. Perfect for families, Jewish nursery schools, playgroups, daycare centers and the early elementary grades of a Jewish day school. Children relate easily to the illustrations and learn the prayers in aspirit of excitement and discovery. The siddur is available in two versions, Edot Hamizrah and Ashkenaz/Sefarad. Edot Hamizrah reflects the traditions of  Jewish communities from Spain, North Africa and the Middle East. Ashkenaz/Sefarad reflects the traditions of Jewish communities originating from Eastern Europe.  Use the drop menu to chose the Siddur that is right for you!
  • Alter Rebbe / ktav Chabad

    $115.00$185.00
    The Mezuzah Scrolls offered on this page are written with the unique letter forms established by the first Rebbi of the Chabad lineage. They are favored by some Chabad Hassidim. They are available in two categories of writing quality:
    1. "Very Nice Mehudar." This means that all the proper aspects of the letters, both essential and non-essential are present.
    2. The highe level is called "Beautiful Mehudar." This means that in adddition to all the desirable aspects of the letters being present, the letters are balanced, possessing beautiful proportions between their basic elements.
  • Megilat Ester

    $900.00$1,900.00
    On this page you will be able to order Megillah scrolls. The standard Megilla scroll has 20 columns of text consisting of 21 lines. The first word at the top of each column is "Hamelech" i.e. the King. This recent custom is based on the idea that the hidden hand of G-d's providence is present everywhere even in the darkest exile. The Jews could only see the visible Persian King who ruled them, but it truth the real King of Kings was always in control. There are two choices for you to make: Use the drop down menue. First you will chose the writing form. There are 3 possibilities.
    1. Arizal. This writing form is favored by Hassidic Communities influenced by the Kabbalah and the Zohar as understood by the Ari  --Rabbi Yitzhak Luria.
    2. Bet Yosef, favored by Western Ashkenaz Communities, who value the precision of how the letters are composed out of their "basic building blocks."
    3. Sefaradi, favored by Eastern Jewish Communities from Morocco to India. All thse communities are strongly influence by the Zohar and the Kabbalah of the Ari
    Next you will chose the quality of the writing. There are 3 possibilities:
    1. The basic quality offered is called “Kosher Lechatchila.” This means that all the letters are properly formed formed. However, some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    2. A higher level is called “Mehudar.” This means that all the proper aspects of the letters, both essential and non-essential are present.
    3. The next level is called “Beautiful Mehudar.” This means that in adddition to all the desirable aspects of the letters being present, the letters are balanced, possessing beautiful proportions between their basic elements.
    Specialized Megillot, such as "Non-Hamelech Megillot" or "11 Line Megillot" should be ordered using the contact us page.
  • Mezuzah Arizal

    $62.00$120.00
    On this page you will be able to order Mezuzah scrolls in the writing form known as "Arizal."  This form of writing is favored by Hassidic Communities who are influenced by Kabbalah and the Zohar as understood by the "Ari" --Rabbi Yitzhak Luria. You need to chose the quality of the writing. There are 4 levels for you to choose from. Use the drop down menu.
    1. The basic quality is called "Basic Kosher." This means that all the letters are formed in such a way that they are clearly identifiable. However there might be irregularities in the writing style. Also some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    2. The next higher quality is called "Kosher Lechatchila." This means that all the letters are properly formed formed. The writing style is even and regular. However, some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    3. A higher level is called "Mehudar." This means that all the proper aspects of the letters, both essential and non-essential are present.
    4. The next level is called "Beautiful Mehudar." This means that in adddition to all the desirable aspects of the letters being present, the letters are balanced, possessing beautiful proportions between their basic elements.
  • Mezuzah Beit Yosef

    $62.00$155.00
    On this page you will be able to order Mezuzah scrolls in the writing form known as “Bet Yosef.”  This form of writing is favored by Western Ashkenaz Jewish Communities. You need to chose the quality of the writing. There are 4 levels for you to choose from. Use the drop down menu.
    1. The basic quality is called “Basic Kosher.” This means that all the letters are formed in such a way that they are clearly identifiable. However there might be irregularities in the writing style. Also some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    2. The next higher quality is called “Kosher Lechatchila.” This means that all the letters are properly formed formed. The writing style is even and regular. However, some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    3. A higher level is called “Mehudar.” This means that all the proper aspects of the letters, both essential and non-essential are present.
    4. The next level is called “Beautiful Mehudar.” This means that in adddition to all the desirable aspects of the letters being present, the letters are balanced, possessing beautiful proportions between their basic elements.
  • Mezuzah Sefardi

    $36.00$100.00
    On this page you will be able to order Mezuzah scrolls in the writing form known as “Sefaradi.”  This form of writing is favored by Eastern Sefardic Communities from Morocco to India. You need to chose the quality of the writing. There are 4 levels for you to choose from. Use the drop down menu.
    1. The basic quality is called “Kosher.” This means that all the letters are formed in such a way that they are clearly identifiable. However there might be irregularities in the writing style. Also some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    2. The next higher quality is called “Kosher Lechatchila.” This means that all the letters are properly formed formed. The writing style is even and regular. However, some non-essential aspects of the letters will not be present.
    3. A higher level is called “Mehudar.” This means that all the proper aspects of the letters, both essential and non-essential are present.
    4. The next level is called “Beautiful Mehudar.” This means that in adddition to all the desirable aspects of the letters being present, the letters are balanced, possessing beautiful proportions between their basic elements.
  • Sefer Tora Arizal

    $30,000.00$40,000.00
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  • Sefer Tora Beit yosef

    $30,000.00$40,000.00
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  • Sefer Tora Sefaradi

    $30,000.00$40,000.00
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    Tefilin Arizal

    $690.00$2,650.00
    On this page you will be able to put together the pair of Tfillin that is just right for you. These Tfillin will be "Arizal" Tfilin, favored by Hassidic Communities who are influenced by Kabbalah and the Zohar as understood by the "Ari" --Rabbi Yitzhak Luria. Use the drop down menu to make 4 choices. Quality of the Parshiot: The parshiot are the Inner Scrolls of the Tfilin. There are three levels for you to choose from.
    1.  The basic quality is called "Kosher Lechatchila."
    2. A higher level is called "Mehudar."
    3. The next level is called "Beautiful Mehudar."
    4. Other kinds of specialized scripts, and parshiot written with the intentions of the Kabbalah can be ordered via the contact page.
    Next you will have to specify the arm that the hand Tfilin will be placed on. Someone who writes with the right hand places the Tfilin on the left arm. Someone who writes with the left hand places the Tfilin on the right  arm. Next you will choose the kinds of straps. In previous times the only straps available were black on white. The straps were black on the upper side, and white on the underside. In the event that such straps became cracked and the white showed through this would invalidate the Tfilin. Now many prefer that the straps be black all te wa through. Next you will choose the size of the exterior Tfilin housing "the Battim" You have two sizes to chose from:
    1. Regular. The standard size today for Tfilin is 3.2-3.5 centimeters, measured across the cube shaped upper part of the Bayit "the ketzitza."
    2. Pitzponim. These are the tiny Tfilin favored by Kabbalists or frequent travelers who prefer the convenience of small Tfilin. The ketzitzah of the small Tfilin measure 2 centimeters from side to side.
    3. Other sizes can be ordered via the contact page.
    The last choice you will make relates to the construction of the tefillin exterior. Here you have three options:
    1. Gasot Prudot. These battim durable, solid and easily to restore. The compartments are distict all the way down to the base. Very often people spend thousands of dollars for battim like these!
    2. Gasot Ribua Regel. These battim are like the previous ones, but even more precise. They are formed without the use or electricity in the polishing process and during the precision shaping of the corners.
    3. High Quality Spaced Battim. These battim have all the desirable elements of the previous ones. In addition they have visible spaces between the compartments of the head Tfilin. These battim with the highest quality parshiot inside will allow you and your loved ones to fulfill the Mitzvah in its most authentic and glorious way!
       
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    Tefilin Beit Yosef

    $690.00$2,650.00
    On this page you will be able to put together the pair of Tfillin that is just right for you. These will be Bet Yosef Tfilin, preferred by Western (Ashkenaz) Communities who follow the precise traditions about the contsruction of the letters out of their "basic building blocks."  Use the drop down menu to make 4 choices. Quality of the Parshiot: The parshiot are the Inner Scrolls of the Tfilin. There are three levels for you to choose from.
    1.  The basic quality is called "Kosher Lechatchila."
    2. A higher level is called "Mehudar."
    3. The next level is called "Beautiful Mehudar."
    4. Other kinds of specialized scripts, and parshiot written with the intentions of the Kabbalah can be ordered via the contact page.
    Next you will have to specify the arm that the hand Tfilin will be placed on. Someone who writes with the right hand places the Tfilin on the left arm. Someone who writes with the left hand places the Tfilin on the right  arm. Next you will choose the kinds of straps. In previous times the only straps available were black on white. The straps were black on the upper side, and white on the underside. In the event that such straps became cracked and the white showed through this would invalidate the Tfilin. Now many prefer that the straps be black all te wa through. Next you will choose the size of the exterior Tfilin housing "the Battim" You have two sizes to chose from:
    1. Regular. The standard size today for Tfilin is 3.2-3.5 centimeters, measured across the cube shaped upper part of the Bayit "the ketzitza."
    2. Pitzponim. These are the tiny Tfilin favored by Kabbalists or frequent travelers who prefer the convenience of small Tfilin. The ketzitzah of the small Tfilin measure 2 centimeters from side to side. This size is not always available for Bet Yosef Tfilin.
    3. Other sizes can be ordered via the contact page.
    The last choice you will make relates to the construction of the tefillin exterior. Here you have three options:
    1. Gasot Prudot. These battim durable, solid and easily to restore. The compartments are distict all the way down to the base. Very often people spend thousands of dollars for battim like these!
    2. Gasot Ribua Regel. These battim are like the previous ones, but even more precise. They are formed without the use or electricity in the polishing process and during the precision shaping of the corners. A visible thread of sinued emerges from the between the compartments of the head Tfilin.
    3. High Quality Spaced Battim. These battim have all the desirable elements of the previous ones. In addition they have visible spaces between the compartments of the head Tfilin. These battim with the highest quality parshiot inside will allow you and your loved ones to fulfill the Mitzvah in its most authentic and glorious way!
     
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    Tefilin Peshutim

    $390.00$500.00
    On this page you will be able to put together a pair of Tfilin which have the qualities needed to be Kosher and acceptable for reciting a blessing. The inner scrolls (the parshiot) are written with the aim of including those basic aspects needed for fulfilling the Mitzvah. Use the drop down menu to make 2 choices. Writing form of the parshiot: There are three traditions for you to choose from.
    1.  Arizal. This form of writing is preferred by Hassidic Communities.
    2. Bet Yosef. This form of writing is preferred by Western Ashkenaz Communities
    3. Sefaradi. This form of writing is preferred by Eastern Sefaradic Communities.
    Next you will have to specify the arm that the hand Tfilin will be placed on. Someone who writes with the right hand places the Tfilin on the left arm. Someone who writes with the left hand places the Tfilin on the right  arm. In previous times the only straps available were black on white. These are the straps which are available for basic Tfilin. Basic Tfilin are only avalable in the standard size.
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