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Judaica Gifts for Him

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Whether you’re celebrating Hanukkah, a birthday, or another holiday, this list of gift ideas should definitely inspire you when you’re deciding on the perfect gift for a Jewish man in your life. It is also worth considering what type of Judaism the man practicing before purchasing a gift. Depending on whether he is an Orthodox Jew or a Secular Jew will help you determine what type of gifts are appropriate.

Judaica Gifts for Him

Israel Agorot Coin Cufflinks

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A set of nice cufflinks is a simple gift choice for a Jewish man. They could be worn to work or to temple, depending on the man.

A Charity/Tzedekah Box

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It is Jewish tradition to give at least a tenth of their income to charity. It is custom to have these charity boxes in a prominent location in the Jewish home as an aid to remember the constant practice of charity.

Krosno® Handmade Glass Morgan Wine Decanter 50oz


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Almost all Jewish festivals have blessings over wine. Chances are, a glass (or crystal) hand-crafted decanter would make an excellent gift for a Jewish man and his family.

The New York Times Jewish Cookbook

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Depending on the man, he may not be a whiz in the kitchen. This light-hearted option could be super helpful and fun for him! Maybe he’ll make you something from the cookbook?

“True Mensch” Coffee Mug

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This coffee mug is a fun way to show a Jewish man your appreciation or love.

Stainless Steel Yiddish Proverb Money Clip

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This simple money clip is great for the man who prefers to not carry a wallet!

“This Guy Loves Hanukkah” Shirt

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This clever shirt would make an excellent (and funny) Hanukkah gift!

This “Fiddler on The Roof: If I Were a Rich Man” Silhouette Print Art

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If the man is musical, this might be an excellent addition to a collection of wall art.

Personalized Note Cards with “Shalom”

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These personalized note cards are great for thank you notes, birthday greetings, or just saying hello.

Star of David Keepsake Box

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This colorful box could hold cufflinks, rings, and any other small trinket gift items.

Book: Russ & Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House That Herring Built

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This book highlights the history of one of NYC’s most popular food stops, Russ & Daughters. If he loves bagels & lox, he’s sure to enjoy this book.

Bagel Wall Clock

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Depending on the man, this is a silly gift that could be enjoyed by the recipient.

Joyva Sesame Crunch Candy

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If this Jewish man has a sweet tooth, these kosher candies might make an excellent treat!

Star of David Laser Engraved Slate Coasters

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These coasters are perfect for desks and end tables. The black slate material is a safe color choice for a man.

Dinosaur Shabbat Candlesticks in Gold

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If you want to make the man laugh during his Shabbat dinners, these would be perfect.

Menoppopotamus: Hippo Menorah

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Again, depending on the man, this Hippo Menorah would make Hanukkah a little more comedic.

Shema Israel Bracelet for Men

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If the man wants to wear reminders of this declaration of faith, this would make a meaningful gift.

Nice Jewish Boy T-Shirt

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Chances are you think this man is nice, so give him the shirt that lets everyone else know he’s a “Nice Jewish Boy.”

This “Shalom Gnome”

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Another funny gift option for the home!

A Tetragrammaton Necklace

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A more spiritual gift for a man with Hebrew symbols imprinted on brass.

Many Jewish holidays are excellent times to celebrate with gifts. Here’s wishing you a mighty “mazel tov” as you search for an amazing gift for the Jewish man in your life.

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