Contemporary Judaica has its roots in curating and choosing a handpicked selection of the most beautiful, fresh, modern and innovative designs of Judaica from around the world.
Our motto is ‘Meaningful Art for you Jewish Home’. We believe that Judaica has its function for the festivals and celebrations in the Jewish calendar but also that these pieces shouldn’t be dusted off for the festivals but should take pride of place in your home as works of art, all the year around.
Setting up a Jewish home together is a beautiful process and choosing the pieces of Judaica you want for your home, from experience, is a wonderful thing. These gifts hold meaning, as you remember the person who gifted them to you – and they become heirlooms to pass down to your children.
It’s a good idea to have a Judaica Wedding Gift List, whether it be one or two items or more alongside your regular Wedding Gift list. Judaica is personal, like Art, so don’t leave it to chance!
Receive a FREE CHUPPAH GLASS with your Wedding Gift List available in 4 vibrant colours and don’t forget we can turn your Chuppah Glass into a gorgeous keepsake Mezuzah or Lucite Cube with your names embedded in the cube.
I wish this had existed when we got married!
We offer a personal service whereby you can come and select the range of Judaica that’s suitable for you and this will be set up online for your wedding guests to browse and buy directly for you.
Contact us to make an appointment to view the collection or you can do so online through our website.
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Past couples’ comments
I used Contempoary Judaica for my wedding Judaica list and Danya was absolutely fantastic. She showed my husband and me a huge range of styles for different items and we were able to select pieces that we absolutely love. The service was fantastic throughout and it was a pleasure working with Danya.”
Elly and Reuben
We loved The Wedding Kiddush Cup by Quest because it was large enough that it was a real feature and looks gorgeous in our photographs. It was also lovely that the family member who bought it for us got to feel part of our ceremony.”
Natalie and Jonathan