Shop in Israel
A Touch of Israel distributes beautiful Judaica, all handmade by Israeli artists, including world-famous Galilee Silks.
A-Zara.com Kippot offers a huge variety of kipot for any occasion at affordable prices. We also offer personalized hand-crocheted kipot in Hebrew, English or both. This store also sells Israeli flags, Judaica gifts, tallitot, benchers, Israeli Army & Police hats, caps, stuffed toys and t-shirts.
Find a variety of products from ISRAEL: Dead Sea cosmetics and products including treatment for Psoriasis, Israeli T-shirts (Police, IDF, T-shirts about Jerusalem and more), Judaica gifts and jewelry.
Applying the advantages of Dead Sea minerals to both cosmetic and therapeutic purposes, the completely natural AHAVA is the "best of breed" high quality product line.
CelebrateIsrael.com is a comprehensive, dynamic, and totally free online resource that provides current and reliable information for planning events, tours, and travel in Israel. We want to make it easy for you to celebrate in Israel, no matter where you live.
The Chocolate Dreams company of Israel enables you to send chocolates to your loved ones and friends in Israel. In addition, you can do a mitzvah for $18 by ordering a platter of chocolates to be sent to an Israeli soldier or a child in the hospital.
Dash Cham means "warm regards" in Hebrew, and the site offers Israeli gifts on the Web. The Dash Cham Site specializes in kosher baskets and other gifts for delivery in Israel as well as worldwide for any occasion.
This site sells Dead Sea Cosmetics, Dead Sea Salt, Dead Sea Mud and Dead Sea Skin Care Products.
Hazorfim is Israel's largest silversmith company and a leading exporter of silver items. The company designs and manufactures artistic silver items and traditional Judaica. Founded over 48 years ago, the company's product line consists of over 5,000 different items.
This site "helps you shop Israel."
Contains some Israeli products, but not a great assortment.
This site offers original Israeli military equipment, army surplus, t-shirts and memorabilia.
Baby products, Dead Sea cosmetics, Judaica jewelry, Gifts and T-shirts
Jerusalem-Mall.com is an online portal for real stores from Jerusalem and Israel. They offer Dead Sea products, Judaica art, Israeli books, Israeli music stores, Israeli wine, Israeli t-shirts and more.
This site offers meaningful Jewish art and gifts for every occasion, made in Israel. It specializes in Jewish art prints, papercuts, Judaica - ritual items and silver jewelry. It also also offers crafts and mezzuzah scrolls. Biographies of the Israeli artists are included on the site.
JobShuk is a marketplace connecting the world with English-speaking freelancers, small businesses, and service providers based in Israel for your outsourcing or tourist needs.
Get Judaica from Israel. Find everything from sterling silver kiddush cups to stuffed camel dolls to Jewish related T-shirts and posters.
Keilu.com, a site that carries a diverse line of products made in Israel, was created to support the Israeli economy. 5% of every sale goes to the Israeli Solidarity Fund, a charity that helps Israeli terror victims and their families.
Israeli (ex-Brit) Judaica designer and silversmith designs contemporary mezzuzot, candlesticks and seder plates inspired by the moon landings.
Send a baby gift to your friends in Israel.
This site offers Israeli-made children's products. All of our products ship from the U.S., the products are high-quality, and the selection is wide.
Looking for a meaningful, memorable gift for a new baby, b-mitzvah, engagement, wedding or just birthday? Go to shemot.com to find high quality, personalized Hebrew name gifts. They offer bibs, tote bags, shirts, book marks, aprons, key chains and more, that are decorated with Hebrew names, photos or anything you wish.
Susan combines watercolor, gouache, ink and collage in her work. Susan has a strong interest in color and designs, and she gets much of her inspiration from Judaism and Jerusalem. Her award winning paintings have been exhibited exclusively and are currently on display in synagogues, temples and private collections in the United States and abroad.
The Handlemans are American olim (immigrants to Israel) who have lived and worked in Old Jaffa's art colony for more than 30 years. They create original silk screens of scenes of Israel.