Hand made judaica

Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and picture your family around the Shabbat Table:The soft white tablecloth, the special china, the spotless glasses, the shiny silverware, and the atmosphere of simply being together. Around that table, bonding and connecting, are family members and friends. And this beautiful practice of love and gratitude preserves ancestral heritage, imprinting the future with tradition and warmth.Reminiscing on the fabric of my childhood geography, I recall the lush Mount Carmel with a landscape that cascades in a crescendo of vivid colors by the shimmering Mediterranean Sea.Communicating values through joy, these enchanted Judaica pieces embody unwavering craftsmanship, unifying quality materials such as solid wood, metal, and resin. Each unique piece is hand crafted with care and attention; no piece is made on Shabbat.

What makes each piece so beautiful, so special, are the perfect imperfections of the stunning solid natural wood, coupled by the hand-made process by a woman who is also a loving mother. The more we look at each piece, the more we discover unique patterns along its surface. Each piece is uniquely made: no two pieces are identical. Made with love, each piece is sentimental, honoring past generations and ancestors, and the future ones that will carry on and pass the tradition on for each lifetime to come.Each piece is intended to be handed down, from one generation to the next, inviting to pass each family’s legacy through triumphant strides, creating a hallmark for families’ memories, experiences, and celebrations.You are invited to choose a piece that speaks to you and your loved ones, or contact us for a custom-made piece.


A mother of two children, Zvia makes dreams a reality. 

From early age, Zvia enjoyed imagining, designing, and building. Her fondest memories include cooking in her family’s tiny 4th floor walkup apartment, stitching on her mother’s foot-propelled sewing machine, and fixing broken items with her father’s rusty hammer drill. 

She combines contrasting materials like wood and metal, synchronizing art and design using industrial technology.

An experienced educator with a BFA in Design, a Masters in Education, and an Education for Thinking Certificate from Harvard University, Zvia has continuously taught others creative, innovative, and practical design solutions.

As a female working in a male dominated field, Zvia is excited and grateful to be positioned in an era where so many technological advances are available for her to explore. She is committed to innovation and quality, transforming settings with loving, warm, and unique pieces.