Founded in 1965, the Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in Israel. Ranked among the world’s leading Archaeology and Arts museums, its collections include Archaeology, Fine Arts, Jewish Arts and Life. Most famously the Israel Museum is home to the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Israel Museum Products is a subsidiary of the Israel Museum and was established in the 1990’s. The company produces high-quality products inspired by the broad range of items in the museums holdings. With major themes in Archaeology, Fine Arts, and Judaica, the Israel Museum Products include a large selection of historical replicas, reproductions and adaptations. Historical replicas and reproductions are high quality copies of a work of art, a piece of jewelry, or ancient item. Adaptations are designs that are inspired by or sometimes containing designs from ancient items. From ancient amulets and Roman glass, posters and prints, books and catalogues, to Judaica items and replicas of unique archaeological artifacts, the Israel Museum offers something for everyone.
Israel Museum Products are sold in venues around the globe, and in more than 50 museums throughout the world because of their high quality and unmatched accuracy in replicas and reproductions. As such Israel Museum products are made of the highest quality materials including ceramics, wood, glass, metal, silver, and brass. Jewelry items are made of sterling silver or other precious metals and may include or be adorned with Roman glass, semiprecious stones or enamel.
Israel Museum also offers a wide selection of Judaica items including Menorahs, Kiddush cups, Passover plates, as well as sterling silver candlesticks. Designs range from historical replicas to modern adaptations.
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Israel Museum Guide
The largest cultural institution in Israel, the Israel Museum houses encyclopedic collections as well as works dating from prehistory to present day in its Archaeology, Fine Arts, Jewish Arts and Life Wings. The Israel Museum is also home to the Dead Sea Scrolls.
About the Israel Museum
Founded in 1965, the Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums. Israel Museum Products is a subsidiary of the Israel Museum and was established in 1994. Based on major themes in Archaeology, Fine Arts, Judaica, and Jewish Ethnography, their products include ancient amulets and Roman glass, books and catalogues, posters and prints, items related to the Jewish holidays and the Holy Land, maps, replicas of unique archaeological artifacts (including the Dead Sea Scrolls), textiles, and many more.
The Israel Museum in Jerusalem houses everything from the Dead Sea Scrolls to works by Chagall. Now you can own a piece of Israeli and Jewish history by purchasing a genuine artifact replica or Judaica item from the Israel Museum’s collections. From classically designed sterling silver candlesticks and authentic silver Kiddush cups to menorahs, Passover plates and more. Historical replicas and reproductions are high quality copies of a work of art, a piece of jewelry, or ancient item. Other items are Adaptations and designs are inspired by or sometimes containing designs from ancient items.
Israel Museum’s products are made from the highest quality materials. Replica items can be made of ceramics, wood, glass, metal, silver, brass, stainless steel or other metals. Other products are made of silk and other fabrics. Jewelry items are made from sterling silver, gold, gold plating or brass. Jewelry items may also include leather, glass beads. Many items are adorned with semi-precious stones and Roman glass.