18 Best Rosh Hashanah Gifts in 2022


Rosh Hashanah isn’t usually a holiday of giving, but if there’s anything the pandemic has taught us, it’s that we don’t need an excuse to be generous with our friends and family. Rosh Hashanah begins this year at sundown on September 25, and so if you want to start shopping, now would be the time.

On Rosh Hashanah, it is customary to wish each other Shanah Tovah Umetukah, a happy and sweet new year, and to celebrate by eating sweet foods, such as apples dipped in honey or honey cake. From showing up to Rosh Hashanah dinner with a thoughtful gift to sending your loved ones something to let them know you’re thinking of them for the Jewish New Year, here are 18 of our favorite gifts for you. a sweet new year.

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This jar of Le Creuset honey is the perfect hostess gift, because no Rosh Hashanah celebration is complete without apples and honey.


Party serving tray by Yotam Ottolenghi

British-Israeli chef Yotam Ottolenghi may be most famous for his cookbooks, but his tableware collaboration with Serax is divine.


Shana Tova greeting card (set of 6)

Send your New Year wishes to someone using these beautiful cards.

Pomegranates are a very symbolic food in Judaism, and Sephardi Jews often incorporate the fruit into their Rosh Hashanah seder plate. This luxury pomegranate plate is therefore perfect for the holidays.

The Jewish New Year usually coincides with the start of the school year, so the student in your life can take advantage of a customizable planner.


Champagne gold tiered stand

Everyone needs a dessert stand in their life, right?


Savannah Bee Company Honey Sampler

Try new flavors of honey – lavender, orange blossom and acacia – with a sampler from the Savannah Bee Company.


MoMA Colorplay Backgammon Set

A fun and stylish game for all ages.


The Jewish Museum Calendar 2023

The new year means a new calendar hour: this one runs from September 2022 to December 2023 and features a wide range of artwork from the collection of the Jewish Museum of New York.


Blown recycled glass cake stand

Gift this recycled glass cake stand to display a honey cake, a round challah or whatever your heart desires.

These funky coasters are sure to put to good use.


Jar of Judaica honey with drizzle

For those who prefer a more explicitly Jewish honeypot, this style of porcelain draws inspiration from traditional designs.

Who said Rosh Hashanah apples had to mean literal apples? Use the holidays as an excuse to splurge on Apple’s AirPods Max – trust us, they’re worth it.

For the challah baker in your life, gift them a high quality apron. You can even add custom embroidery.


Jewish Celebrations: Paintings by Malcah Zeldis 2023 Wall Calendar

Another Jewish calendar that begins in September 2022; this one features the art of Bronx-born folk painter Malcah Zeldis.


Black Pomegranate Candle

Take the pomegranate theme to the next level with a luxury Jo Malone candle.


The Best of Babka from Russ & Daughters

Last but not least: you can never go wrong with babka.

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