Make this special day even more special with
a heartfelt Bat/Bar Mitzvah Gift!
Have a look at our personalized Bar/Bat Mitzvah Nameplates below.
Designed by some of Israel’s most gifted calligraphers, each ceramic nameplate is skillfully handcrafted and inscribed according to your specifications.
Now, these are Bar/Bat Mitzvah gifts that will really stand out on the simcha table!
Not only that, but imagine the expression of joy and surprise when that special boy or girl opens the Bat/Bar Mitzvah gifts to find a stunning ceramic tile nameplate—exquisitely inscribed by hand and customized. You’ll be forever engraved in their hearts!
Each customized ceramic nameplate measures 23 x 18 cm (9” x 7”) and framed in finest natural pinewood. There is a hanger on the back for easy mounting or display.
Bat/Bar Mitzvah gifts available in two styles of Nameplates
Please see Bar & Bat Mitzvah Nameplate Elements for a detailed description of our Bar/Bat mitzvah nameplates.
Briefly, these elegant ceramic Bat/Bar Mitzvah Certificates include the following:
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[li_item icon=””]Both the Gregorian and Hebrew calendar dates of the Bat/Bar Mitzvah’s Aliyah laTorah (calling to read the Torah)[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]The title of the Parashah (Torah portion) chanted by the boy/girl during his/her first call to the Torah[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]The given names of the Bat/Bar Mitzvah girl/boy inscribed in both English and Hebrew[/li_item]
[li_item icon=””]Pertinent details such as the name of synagogue or temple; Rabbi or Cantor, or a meaningful phrase[/li_item]
Let’s create the perfect Bar/Bat Mitzvah gift!
Before ordering a Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah Nameplate as a gift, please make sure to have collected accurately the follow information regarding the boy or girl:[checklist icon=”fa-check” iconcolor=”#59d600″ circle=”no” circlecolor=”” size=”small” class=”” id=””][li_item icon=””]English name[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Hebrew name[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Event date[/li_item][li_item icon=””]Title of the Parashah (Torah portion chanted on that day by the boy/girl)[/li_item][/checklist]
David practicing his parashah during a visit to the ancient synagogue of Casale Monferrato, Italy
Ester, David’s little sister, greets him for the upcoming event