Tableware consists of important table accessories necessary for your Jewish kitchen. When looking for tableware, there are many options to consider. Tableware can include storage devices such as napkin holders and napkin ring sets. Other Judaica tableware items are salt and pepper shakers, dishes, and silverware. Tableware can range from simple daily necessities to sophisticated sets. Take the time to consider your budget and the occasion you are purchasing the tableware for. Tableware and dinnerware sets come in a variety of Judaica designs to match your Home Decor.
Tableware starts with a tablecloth- it can be simple cotton or linen tablecloth or an elaborate raw silk or embroidered tablecloth. Cotton tablecloths tend to be used for more casual daily meals, while raw silk tablecloths are used for special dining occasions. For the fancier occasions, a runner is usually place on top of the tablecloth for extra tableware decoration. Tableware items also include dinnerware sets, silverware and other table accessories. Sterling silver items can be displayed as Judaica art that add to your home decor. They are sure to impress when guests come over.
World of Judaica offers an extensive collection of tableware items for a multitude of Jewish celebrations. Festive meals are a part of Jewish tradition and usually take place during Jewish Holidays. It is common to enjoy these festive meals with friends, family, and guests. Find Judaica tableware items here to decorate your table for these festive meal occasions. Shabbat, the Jewish day of rest, occurs on the seventh day of the week. It is especially important to display a lovely Shabbat table complete with tableware items on this day. It is a Mitzvah to beautify the Shabbat in any way possible, including decorating your table with lovely dining tableware accessories for your guests.
When looking for tableware, dinnerware sets, and dining tableware accessories, there are a plethora of options to consider. Types of tableware include napkin holders, cutlery, tablecloths, runners, salt and pepper shaker sets, and more. These Judaica items come in aluminum, cotton, linen, crystal and 925 Sterling Silver materials for you to choose from. Judaica dining tableware accessories include these items with designs of Jerusalem made in Israel and designs featuring Jewish themes. Give the gift of Judaica tableware accessories for Hanukkah or for a housewarming occasion. Find tableware and dinnerware sets here at World of Judaica.
Tableware consists of the important table accessories necessary for your dining table. Festive meals are a part of Jewish tradition and usually take place during Jewish Holidays. Many Jewish families will have separate more decorative set of tableware for Shabbat as it is a mitzvah to beautify the Shabbat in any way possible, including decorating your table with lovely Shabbat tableware accessories. World of Judaica offers an extensive collection of tableware items for a multitude of Jewish celebrations.
What is Tableware?
Tableware, or dining wear as it is often refer to as, is any item used to set or decorate a table. There are many types of tableware accessories. Working from the table up, types of tableware includes tablecloths, runners, dishes and cutlery. Serving dishes, trays, napkin holders, napkin rings, salt and pepper shakers, salt bowls, and trivets are also types of tableware. Tableware also includes items used to decorate the table such as vases. Table wear can come in sets or as individual items.
Tableware supplies can come in many different materials including wood, linens, glass, sterling silver, wood, and aluminum. Napkin holders are usually made of aluminum or wood while napkin rings can be made of sterling silver. Serving baskets, tablecloths and runners are typically made of cotton, wool, or raw silk. Salt and pepper shakers can come in either wood or sterling silver. Most salt bowls and boats are either crystal or sterling silver. Vases are made of glass, crystal, sterling silver, or a combination of crystal and sterling silver. Dishes, serving trays, and platters can be ceramic, glass, and sterling silver.
Tableware can range from very simple and plain to highly ornate and decorative. At World of Judaica we offer a wide selection of styles to match your homes aesthetic. Common themes in Judaica tableware include images of pomegranates and the seven spices. Other common themes include elaborate scenes of vistas of the old city of Jerusalem, the western wall biblical scenes and many floral patterns. Apples are also a common decoration, particularly on Rosh Hashanah honey dishes.
Wood items such as salt and pepper shakers are typically hand painted, very vibrant in color and lacquered for protection and waterproofing. Linen items such as tablecloths, runners, and folding baskets are often embroidered; patterns can range from simple floral patterns to elaborate scenes of Jerusalem.
Sterling silver tableware is traditionally etched or display detailed repousse floral scenes.