Jewish Holidaywear Earrings

The hinge style earwires of the Jewish holiday earrings are gold plated over surgical steel. I've found great beads and crystals from all over the world, which really glitter and sparkle. Some colors may be different from the photos as each batch of beads varies from lot to lot. The charms are 14 K gold plated and most of them are one-of-a-kind, designed by me. Whether you're looking for Chanukah earrings, Draydel earrings (dreidel earrings?), Purim earrings or Passover earrings, at $20. per pair you can collect the whole set!

Take a look; I hope my Yontifications Jewish holiday earrings make you smile. Don’t forget to look on the necklace page. You’ll find that many of the Yontifications earrings have beautiful complementary necklaces. Wear them together or wear them alone.

Choose from all our styles

Passover jr. earrings 1

Yontifications jr. offers the same great Jewish earrings that you?ve come to love in a shorter, more kid friendly size. Each pair has the same great crystals, beads and charms as their longer Yontifications counterparts but measure only 1 1/2? long. The Yontifications jr. line hang from gold-filled posts with surgical steel back clasps. Your little girls will love them!

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Hope Earrings 1

Thoughts of Hope and Hearts of Love adorn these beautifully handcrafted earrings, designed by Susan Fischer Weis.

Created exclusively for the Hope Community Cancer Center, 100% of all proceeds go to the Hopefest Charitable Funds benefiting Cancer wellness programs in Atlantic County, New Jersey.

Each pair of Hope earrings is adorned with the finest Austrian crystals, Sterling Silver ear wires and beads and hangs approximately 2" long.

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chozzerai of the week

“OMG, how cute are these?

Shabbat earrings—could you die over the little candlesticks? I’m more into the tribal bone look myself, but I seriously love these from Yontifications.com, a line of Holy Day-inspired jewelry designed by Judaica superstar Susan Fischer Weis.

Really, you need to check out the whole year—the adorable little shofar for Rosh Hashanah had me squealing like someone put baby bunnies in my sock drawer. And Sukkot’s baby lulav and etrog— lady, you’re killing me! The mini-matzohs and teeny hamantashen are so freakin’ precious I want to become a Hebrew school teacher so I could have an appreciative audience for them.”

—Yo, Yenta!