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Barbara Shaw is an artist based out of Jerusalem who creates, bright items for the home that make use of Yiddish, food, Jewish culture and modern Israeli symbols. Barbara’s products range from ceramic mugs to clocks, bags, pillows and apparel. In addition to Jewish and Israeli culture, Barbara embraces kitsch and uses it in her work.
Do you have a grandparent or family member who has a love of Yiddish Culture? Consider a set of coasters, bowls or mugs for the table that are brightly colored and decorated with popular Yiddish proverbs. Not interested in Yiddish? Barbara Shaw also has purses and aprons decorated with Hebrew text and known symbols related to Israel such as oranges and falafel. If you have a family member who loves to work in the kitchen, consider an apron that has a chicken soup recipe on it or towels decorated with the words for milk and meat in a wide range of languages.
In addition to offering unique household items such as, Barbara Shaw has a line of infant’s clothing decorated with Hebrew and Yiddish proverbs and expressions. The onesies and t-shirts are blue and pink and decorated with text in matching shades of red and blue as well as white. These items are great gift for new parents with a sense of humor.
If you are looking for an original Israeli-themed item for a loved one, look no further than Barbara Shaw’s clocks and pillows. Consider a pillow with numerous Israeli stamps covering it. This item is a fabulous gift for a stamp collector and is a great conversation piece. As an alternative, consider a clock decorated with Hebrew text, a large full-color image of a falafel or a colorful image of Jerusalem. This item is a great addition to the home and will add a dash of color to whatever room it is placed in.
World of Judaica invites you to browse our gallery of unique items by Barbara Shaw. If you have any questions regarding these products, contact our customer service representative who will be able to address your concerns and answer all of your questions.