World of Judaica is proud to offer its customers its extensive, beautifully made, gorgeously designed magnet collection. Our stunning magnets collection includes one of a kind pieces ranging in style and in design, from Hamsa magnets to magnets inscribed with blessings, Israeli flag magnets to magnets featuring the traditional depiction of the Holy City. Our magnets selection is versatile and unique, featuring magnets that are truly one of a kind, made with beautiful inscriptions, patterns and designs painted in vibrant colors that are sure to dazzle and amaze.
Our incredible Judaica art magnets would be perfect in any home, adding a touch of warmth and meaning to you or your loved ones’ household. World of Judaica’s magnets collection offers its valued customers the opportunity to decorate their homes with meaningful Jewish art pieces and to proudly display their faith and convictions. A famous magnet image shows a young soldier praying at the Kotel wearing his Tallith.
Our magnets would also make ideal gifts, appropriate for any occasion. Going to a housewarming party? Looking for a Bat Mitzvah gift? Want to surprise him on his birthday? We invite our customers to browse our incredible selection of magnets for the perfect gift idea.
Additional Jewish art gift ideas can be found at World of Judaica’s extensive Judaica Gift Ideas page or on our Gifts By Price page which includes amazing Bat and Bar Mitzvah Gift ideas, holiday gift ideas, housewarming gifts ideas and wedding gift ideas.
For more information on the World of Judaica site and its offered Jewish art pieces please Contact Us and our customer support representatives will do their utmost to answer any and all questions you may have, or visit our informative learning pages and lean all about Judaism, Jewish biblical figures, Jewish holidays and occasions and much much more.
Magnets are objects that produce a type of energy called magnetic fields. All magnets possess a property called polarity--that is, a magnet's power of attraction is strongest at its opposite ends, usually called the north and south poles. The north and south poles attract each other, but north repels north and south repels south. All magnets attract iron.
We offer an extensive, beautifully designed and crafted collection of magnets. With our competitive prices and unique designs why buy magnets anywhere else? From Hamsa magnets to Israeli flag magnets, our magnets are one of a kind. Our incredible Judaica art magnets would be perfect in any home, adding a touch of warmth and meaning to you or your loved ones’ household.
World of Judaica’s magnets collection offers its valued customers the opportunity to decorate their homes with meaningful Jewish art pieces and to proudly display their faith and convictions.
A refrigerator magnet is a decoration which is often unique and quirky. The refrigerator magnet is used to post everyday items such as shopping lists or report cards on a refrigerator door, or it can simply serve as a decoration. Refrigerator magnets come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, including but not limited to images created to a specific shape or tiny plastic sculptures of fruits.
Refrigerators magnets can be used to hold reminders, or they can just serve as a reminder themselves.Refrigerator magnets are often sought out by collector’s as a collector’s item. We offer various types of unique and interesting refrigerator magnets ranging from Aleph bet magnets, to Israeli Defense Forces magnets, to Falafel and Camel magnets.
Some of the most well known types of silver magnets include those that attach to metal surfaces, such as magnetic silver photo frames or business logo magnets. Many modern kitchens are filled with stainless steel appliances, and silver magnets with other colors incorporated will help to accent the room.
If you are searching for silver magnets, you have come to the right place. All of our silver magnets are crafted with beautifully made designs and images that capture the true essence Judaica and Judaism. We have many different silver poly magnets such as, Hamsa, Fiddler on the roof in Jerusalem, Menorah, and more.