Israeli Center Of Judaica
The Israeli Center of Judaica (ICOJ) brings together Jewish and Israeli artists to offer one of the world’s finest boutique collections of Judaica. The company – it’s workshops, gallery and logistics center – is located at the heart of Jerusalem. We live and work within walking distance of the Western Wall and many of Jerusalem’s most iconic sites.
The Israeli Center of Judaica was established to bring top quality Israeli made Judaica products to jewish homes, synagogues and private collectors around the world. Our business also supports the growing Israeli art scene and helps talented Israeli artists to gain the international recognition they deserve.
Traditional Handmade Judaica
The Israeli Center of Judaica is committed to preserving ancient Jewish craftsmanship and traditional skills. Our silversmiths, Mezuzah parchment writers, Tallit designers and other skilled artists keep the old traditions alive, and provide an unbroken link to the past. Their knowledge is precious, and we are determined to pass their skills on to a new generation. When you buy traditional handcrafted Judaica, you are directly supporting the preservation of our Jewish heritage and artistic traditions.
Modern Handmade Judaica
We also pride ourselves in bringing modern Israeli art to the Jewish Diaspora. The Israeli Center of Judaica showcases some of the most exciting and original modern interpretations of Judaica – including paintings, photos, sculpture. We also offer a full range of tableware, home decor, and religious and ritual items with vibrant modern designs. Materials include wood, ceramics, glass, anodized aluminum, cast concrete, plastics and more. Our modern Judaica collections are putting both established, and emerging Israeli artists on the global map.
When you buy online at the Israeli Center of Judaica, you’re buying Israel made goods and supporting Israeli artists, designers and craftsmen. You are also investing directly in the future of the Israeli arts community and the preservation of ancient silversmithing and other skilled craft traditions.