The highest form of wisdom is kindness.

-The Talmud

Rosh Hashanah

No single article can capture the paradox of Rosh Hashanah, much less explain it. To understand Rosh Hashanah, we need to experience it — spend those hours praying in shul, hear the shofar’s hundred notes, dip the apple in honey and eat the tzimmes” (Yanki Tauber).

Being the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana is an opportunity for us to celebrate with our family and friends, be thankful for the year that passed and hope for a great year to come; and what is a more suitable to do it than with a nice, big meal? 

Our Rosh Hashanah collection offers a variety of functional and decorative ceramics to make your new year especially sweet.

More unique and beautiful items are added to the Rosh Hashanah collection a few weeks before Rosh Hashanah, so stay tuned. You can also join Miller's Pottery Mailing List and we will let you know as soon as new items are added.