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    F.A.Q


    The ART Judaica variety of items is updated and renewed constantly, trying to reinvent itself and offer a selection which is always fresh and relevant to the widest audience possible.
    Our collection includes traditional items such as Mezuzot and silver plated Menorahs, religious and shabbat related items, such as Havdala sets and candle sticks, and a wide range of general Judaica accessories, such as silver plated jewish figures, hamsas and even simple key holders and magnets with Jewish symbols.


    Questions

    Can I place an order online?
    Is it possible to contact your sales department?
    How can I know what are the items made of?
    What is this "925 sterling silver"?
    My silverware is turning black. can I prevent it?
    How do I clean my silverware?
    How to remove candles wax from silver candleholders?
    How can I know what is the right kippah size for me?
    How are the items shipped, and how long does it take?
    Can items be ordered offline?



    Answers

    Can I place an order online?

    Yes you can, simply select an item and you will automatically enter the shopping cart area, immediatly following your purchase we will e-mail you an order confirmation


    Is it possible to contact your sales department?

    Yes, simply click on the following link Contact Us


    How can I know what are the items made of?

    The first 1-3 letters of the item description represent the items materials:

    AL=ALUMINIUM
    B=BRASS,PWETER,METAL
    BGS=BRASS,METAL GOLD PLATED
    BS=BRASS,METAL SILVER PLATED
    C=CLOTH
    G=GLASS
    PA=PAPER
    PL=PLASTIC
    S = 925 STERLING SILVER
    SP=SILVER PLATED
    ST=STONE
    W=WOOD
    WX=WAX
    N=NICKEL
    NP=NICKEL PLATED


    What is this "925 sterling silver"?
    The stamp of quality that is usually found at the back or the bottom of each item with the number 925, testifies that the craft is made of the highest standard of quality for sterling silver and that it contains 92.5 of pure silver and 7.5 copper.

    My silverware is turning black. can I prevent it?
    First of all the process is called oxidation and its a natural process that occurs due to contact of the silver with the air (we all know that Jewish silverware behind closed glass doors becomes black much slower).
    Silver is a precious metal that has the tendency to become yellow and then turn black.
    To preserve your Judaica crafts shiny for a long time we recommend that the objects be softly wiped every two weeks.
    This will prevent the silver from becoming yellow or black. Not many people know it but wine can sometimes damage the silver coating, leaving stains that cannot even be removed with the best of silver cleaning preparations so after the Shabbat meal the goblet must be wiped clean with a soft dry cloth. This should be done with all silverware that has come in touch with wine or with other liquids. silver items should not be submerged in water for a long time. Always keep them dry and shiny.

    How do I clean my silverware?
    For deep cleansing and perfect shine we recommend using the special silver cleaning creams or sprays. The top products are easy to use and have almost no side effects caused by strong scents and excess cream. Some of them even contain R-22, which creates a protective layer on the silver and therefore delays the oxidation process. Look for the products that don't harm the silver coating and are Kosher for Pesach and for every day of the year. Read the instructions very carefuly and follow them ALL.
    Clean the items softly and DO NOT use force, particularly when cleaning your silver candelabra or candleholders, which have fine parts and could bend out of shape. Silverware that comes in contact with food must be washed after each use, especially if it has come in contact with vinegar, wine, lemon or salt. After washing, the object must be wiped dry with a soft cloth.

    How to remove candles wax from silver candleholders?
    First fo all - Don't use any sharp tools, they could cause scratches on the silver surface!
    The candles wax becomes very easy to remove when becomes warm, so simply dip your candelabra or candlesticks in hot water for a few minutes (our grandmother used to do it in a large bowl) so that the wax will become warm and can then, be easily removed. Don't forget to wipe all the excess water immediately with a soft dry cloth so no drop stains will remain.

    How can I know what is the right kippah size for me?
    The sizes of all kippot shown in this website are referred to their diameter (shown in cm). A diameter simply means the length of a central line which extends from one side of the kipa to its opposite side.
    In order to know the right size of kippa for your head, simply measure the circumference of the area where you normally wear your kippa. You can do so by a measuring tape, a ruler or even a string or shoe lace.

    For an approximate head circumference of 40cm (15.7") you will need a small sized kipa.
    For an approximate head circumference of 44cm (17.3") you will need a small or medium sized kipa.
    For an approximate head circumference of 48cm (18.9") you will need a medium or large sized kipa.


    How are the items shipped, and how long does it take?
    Our couriers vary according to the item ordered and the destination, however we have three grades of shipping

    7-14 days ($19.99)
    these rates refer to business days not including weekends and holidays.


    Can items be ordered offline?
    Yes, you can print the order form and fax it to us (+972-3-9236807) or call us directly at the following:

    Contacts

    USA:
    israel-gifts-flowers.com,
    Tel: 1-866-517-1888 (USA Toll free)


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    All the ART Judaica products were produced by master craftsmen, in the heart of the Tel Aviv.
    The ART Judaica company is an industrious Israeli based group, which are a dynamic part of israels economy and a leading exporter of judaica products.