Judaica Gifts | Boca Raton, FL
Devon's Diamonds & Decor offers more than just jewelry. We carry a large selection of unique giftware and Judaica as well. Judaica is the term used for things pertaining to Jewish life and customs and we strive to carry only exclusive lines. Our Judaica items come from Israel, American Jewish artists and famous designers. The two main designers of Judaica that are displayed in our showroom are Gary Rosenthal and Michael Aram.
Some of the many beautiful Judaica items we carry are:
Menorahs for Hanukkah
Seder plates for Passover
Apple & Honey dishes for Rosh Hashanah
Gifts for a Jewish wedding
Some of the most sought after and admired Judaica items in our showroom are the gifts for a Jewish wedding. Each piece from this collection by Gary Rosenthal has a tube to hold the broken glass from the wedding ceremony. It is a perfect way for the couple to preserve and display the memories for years to come.
Two of the biggest names in contemporary Jewish art...
Gary Rosenthal has been sculpting in welded metals since the early 1970’s. Together with a team of talented craftspeople he creates one of the most popular and unique lines of Judaica art in the country. Combining copper, brass, and steel with brilliant fused glass, the Gary Rosenthal Collection has a contemporary style rooted in tradition. His inspiration comes from the rich history of the Jewish people which tells us it’s a blessing – a mitzvah – to make beautiful, functional, art.
Work from the collection has been presented to Presidents from Carter, to Clinton, to Obama and celebrities as varied as Bette Midler, John Travolta and Ben Stein. It has been seen worldwide in many fine galleries, private collections, and museum shops including Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, Corning Museum of Glass, American Craft Museum, B’nai B’rith Museum, The Jewish Museum, Skirball Museum of Culture, and the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.
Michael Aram is an award-winning American artist who has dedicated his career to craft-based design. Inspired by a trip to India at age 25, he established a second home and studio there, where he continues to draw creative inspiration today. Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Michael has neatly applied his diverse background to the decorative arts. Lyrical and often witty, his work encompasses a wide range of media and reveals a rich and variant source of inspiration – nature, mythology, narrative storytelling, and purified form. Michael’s work is also a celebration of craft and age-old hand working traditions. It is the enduring fusion of these ideals – originality, narrative, and craftsmanship – that has become the hallmark of this gifted artist. Michael Aram Judaica comes from Michael's fascination with objects of ritual. Regardless of the faith with which they are connected, they are imbued with a profound energy and meaning that holds a very special place for him. Whether it is a unique object or derived from a motif with a broad collection, each piece is created with a particular sense of reverence and care in both the function and the design.