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November 22, 2002 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-22

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Gift Guide

A JEWISH TABLE from page 28

APPLE AND HONEY DISH:

CANDLESTICKS:
Fused glass and pewter
candlesticks, by Alicia
and Beatriz Kelemen,
of Kelemen Kuatro
Glassart, Somerville,
Mass. $160. Temple
Israel Gift Shop, West
Bloomfield.

Three pieces allow enough room for apple slices and honey at Rosh
Hashanah. By Tamara Baskin, it is made effused glass, plus a wood
honey dipper. Each piece is signed and dated by the artist. $85.
Temple Israel Gift Shop, West Bloomfield.

CHALLAH BOARD:
This hand-painted maple
challah board was made from
a single piece of wood, with
carvings featuring scenes and
blessings on the perimeter.
By New York artist Shirley
Kagan. $395, Tradition!
Tradition!, Southfield.

CHALLAH KNIFE:
This challah knife is made of
silver metal with colorful beads
and the Hebrew word for
challah on the handle. Made by
Jill Fagan, a New York artist.
$40. Tradition! Tradition!,
Southfield.

SEDER PLATE:
Hand-painted, sealed glass
bowls with glass-ball feet
perch delicately on a
matching glass seder plate.
The words for maror
and other Pesach
delights are
absent from the
contemporary,
colorful design. By
Elizabeth Westerman
and Leslie Ott, Detroit
Glass Company. $158.
Tradition! Tradition!,
Southfield.

11/22
2002

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