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Browse through World of Judaica's pen collection, where you will find a vast variety of pens of different styles, colors, and materials, which guarantees you will find the one ideal for you. Each of the pens shown is carefully and meticulously crafted by our different suppliers, and will last you many trips for your convenience.

The pens on the catalog range from beautiful and colorful patterned pens to more simple ones. This includes convenient and hard-to-lose magnet pens, pens with themed drawings or paintings of Jerusalem, and specially designed pens that have a very important function other than simply writing: they each have a travel prayer attached to them.

In Judaism there are many prayers for different aspects of our lives, such as meals, health, and family, in which people praise God's work and ask for his blessing in their lives. Travel prayers (called "tefilas haderech" in Hebrew) are recited when traveling in general, whether on a small trip or a long journey by plane or train, for example. As opposed to some other types of blessings, in this case there is one version of the blessing that is commonly used and accepted.

Our travel pens offer your friends and family the convenience of having the travel prayer with them wherever they go, sitting right in their pocket or purse, to be pulled out and read whenever they need it. When it comes to buying small, simple gifts, one can't go wrong with our selection of travel pens. There's no one who would not benefit from them and whoever you give them to will definitely appreciate the gesture and the beautiful designs of our pens.

For more prayer-related items, check out our catalog of Blessings, where you are bound to find an article to both decorate your home and add spirituality to it.

Make sure to check out our catalog of Souvenirs, which includes all manner of wonderful travel gifts like Jewish-themed key chains, magnets, hamsas, amulets, and more. When searching for gifts and souvenirs from Israel for your next trip (or somebody else's), make sure to check out World of Judaica.

Pens Guide

One of the more interesting groups of Judaica items is souvenirs. This category is rather broad and includes items such as keychains, magnets, amulets and pens.

Materials

Judaica themed pens typically come in plastic, metals such as pewter and aluminum and wood. Precious metals such as silver and gold are not used. Many Judaica themed pens also have a pull-out section that normally features some sort of text on it. The pull-out section is usually plastic or laminated paper.

Decorations

Pens can be decorated with a massive array of images, the most popular of which are maps of Israel, the Traveler’s Prayer and rabbinical leaders such as Rav Kaduri, the Lubavitcher Rebbe and the Baba Sali. The Traveler’s Prayer can be in any language, but Hebrew, Russian, French and English are the most popular. Other images include views of Jerusalem, IDF Insignia and other locations in Israel. Some of the most popular view of Israel and Jerusalem include the Israel Museum, the Dead Sea, Tower of David and the Western Wall, amongst many others. In addition, Judaica symbols such as Hamsas and Stars of David also appear on pens.

Judaica pens also can be engraved with different types of text. The most popular text is the Traveler’s Prayer, which is usually accompanied by a depiction of the Old City of Jerusalem. Other popular texts include Home Blessings and the Grace after Meals that is said after eating a meal. The text is generally in Hebrew.

Wooden Judaica themed Pens can be painted with view of Jerusalem, but may also be carved in different shapes, such as Hassidic Jews and IDF soldiers. Other carved images include Menorahs and Quills.

Personalization

Judaica-themed pens are typically not personalized although names can be painted or engraved on the sides. In addition, Judaica pens can be personalized for events such as Bar or Bat Mitzvahs with the name of the child accompanied by Hebrew phrases such as “Mazel Tov”, or “Congratulations” in English.

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Browse through World of Judaica's pen collection, where you will find a vast variety of pens of different styles, colors, and materials, which guarantees you will find the one ideal for you. Each of the pens shown is carefully and meticulously crafted by our different suppliers, and will last you many trips for your convenience.

The pens on the catalog range from beautiful and colorful patterned pens to more simple ones. This includes convenient and hard-to-lose magnet pens, pens with themed drawings or paintings of Jerusalem, and specially designed pens that have a very important function other than simply writing: they each have a travel prayer attached to them.

In Judaism there are many prayers for different aspects of our lives, such as meals, health, and family, in which people praise God's work and ask for his blessing in their lives. Travel prayers (called "tefilas haderech" in Hebrew) are recited when traveling in general, whether on a small trip or a long journey by plane or train, for example. As opposed to some other types of blessings, in this case there is one version of the blessing that is commonly used and accepted.

Our travel pens offer your friends and family the convenience of having the travel prayer with them wherever they go, sitting right in their pocket or purse, to be pulled out and read whenever they need it. When it comes to buying small, simple gifts, one can't go wrong with our selection of travel pens. There's no one who would not benefit from them and whoever you give them to will definitely appreciate the gesture and the beautiful designs of our pens.

For more prayer-related items, check out our catalog of Blessings, where you are bound to find an article to both decorate your home and add spirituality to it.

Make sure to check out our catalog of Souvenirs, which includes all manner of wonderful travel gifts like Jewish-themed key chains, magnets, hamsas, amulets, and more. When searching for gifts and souvenirs from Israel for your next trip (or somebody else's), make sure to check out World of Judaica.

Pens Guide

One of the more interesting groups of Judaica items is souvenirs. This category is rather broad and includes items such as keychains, magnets, amulets and pens.

Materials

Judaica themed pens typically come in plastic, metals such as pewter and aluminum and wood. Precious metals such as silver and gold are not used. Many Judaica themed pens also have a pull-out section that normally features some sort of text on it. The pull-out section is usually plastic or laminated paper.

Decorations

Pens can be decorated with a massive array of images, the most popular of which are maps of Israel, the Traveler’s Prayer and rabbinical leaders such as Rav Kaduri, the Lubavitcher Rebbe and the Baba Sali. The Traveler’s Prayer can be in any language, but Hebrew, Russian, French and English are the most popular. Other images include views of Jerusalem, IDF Insignia and other locations in Israel. Some of the most popular view of Israel and Jerusalem include the Israel Museum, the Dead Sea, Tower of David and the Western Wall, amongst many others. In addition, Judaica symbols such as Hamsas and Stars of David also appear on pens.

Judaica pens also can be engraved with different types of text. The most popular text is the Traveler’s Prayer, which is usually accompanied by a depiction of the Old City of Jerusalem. Other popular texts include Home Blessings and the Grace after Meals that is said after eating a meal. The text is generally in Hebrew.

Wooden Judaica themed Pens can be painted with view of Jerusalem, but may also be carved in different shapes, such as Hassidic Jews and IDF soldiers. Other carved images include Menorahs and Quills.

Personalization

Judaica-themed pens are typically not personalized although names can be painted or engraved on the sides. In addition, Judaica pens can be personalized for events such as Bar or Bat Mitzvahs with the name of the child accompanied by Hebrew phrases such as “Mazel Tov”, or “Congratulations” in English.

Read more