Have you seen the new Judaica from Kate Spade NY!? It is so pretty – as everything Kate Spade. I’m loving the pops of color, of course.
UPDATE before I move to the pretty: Sadly, I just found out that the above shown menorah is not kosher. Actually, I had a suspicion. I initially checked and someone told me it was, so I moved forward with the post. But, let me tell you what a powerful lesson… First of all, kol hakavod to one of my discerning and loyal readers who caught that and sent me a Private FB message!
And after that I decided I had better trust my intuition and go to a higher source in the first place, a Rav. We can talk about this later, but by all means, when you have a question on Jewish law you have to consult a Rav. Duh, I should have done this in the first place. And so it turns out that the menorah is not kosher, and not even for the reason I thought.
I thought maybe it had to do with the fact that the base was not connected together and that the fact that the “base” united in the middle was a problem. Nope that was not the issue. The element that makes it non-kosher is that the menorah is not straight and it tilts outwards on both ends! Ha! I hadn’t even caught that! So there you go, pretty, but better that we don’t use it for Chanukah. In the mean time, check out the rest of the Judaica line :-) Oh and I recently heard from a friend that the challah knife is even more beautiful than in the pictures – one side is hot pink and another side is orange! Nice!
So glad that my friends at Modern Tribe (one of my affiliate partners) are carrying this gorgeous new Judaica collection on their online shop. Here are some more images of what I’m loving from Kate Spade’s Judaica.
Too early to get a Seder Plate? I don’t know people… this is a beauty. Who do you know is getting married soon? This would make a gorgeous wedding gift. You know the couple will love it and use it every single year.
What do you think? Are you loving it as much as I am?
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