1. Pacific Pergola Sukkah
For an authentic, kosher-certified, ecological, and locally made sukkah, check out Pacific Pergola. Owner Jonathan Burnett is based in Salem, Oregon, and loves helping the Jewish world with his handicrafts. $1,472 for standard size, $1,533 for larger. Sukkah must be ordered no less than 30 days prior to Sukkot. Available through pacificpergola.com and etsy.com.
2. Ballard Bee Company Honey
Support local business and dip your apples into honey produced in Ballard. An “urban pollination company,” BBC lends hives to locals who receive free honey, lots of pollinators, and a good feeling knowing they’re helping the bee population. Several local restaurants and boutiques carry BBC honey. Visit ballardbeecompany.com for more info.
3. Honeycomb “Kim” earrings and bracelet by Shlomit Ofir
Created by Israeli jewelry designer Shlomit Ofir, this delicate yet striking set, inspired by Scandinavian design, is perfect for the Rosh Hashanah season. Earrings $46, bracelet $58. Available on shlomitofir.com and moderntribe.com.
4. Genesis and Jonah Whale Serving Platter by Jonathan Adler
Break your Yom Kippur fast with this Jonah-themed platter by ceramics guru Jonathan Adler. Adler’s designs are hand-sculpted in New York and produced by artisans in Peru. $198. Available at moderntribe.com. Check out the Jonathan Adler shop in University Village, too.
5. Plush Rosh Hashanah Set for Kids
Kids get into the spirit of the holidays with this plush set of everything you need for Rosh Hashanah: two round challot, a Kiddush cup, candles, a shofar, apples, and honey.
$22. Suitable for children 18 months-plus. Available at moderntribe.com.