An unusual antiques shop in Ein Hod, With objects mainly from French Canada, United States, New Zealand and Europe. Country style, vintage and retro, furniture , English and European porcelain, standing and hanging lamps, clocks, 1920’s glass serving dishes and tea cups, mirrors, Art Deco and much more. We restore our own furniture on premises.
The shop is open, Friday, Saturday and holidays or by appointment
Creation by Dan and Lea Ben Arye
Paintings-sculptures- photography-Judaica-Jewelries-Wearable art
Located at Ein Hod center, Opposite the Dada Museum.
Contact Lea 972-544811968
Sunday through Thursday 10: 00-14: 00
Friday & holiday eve -10: 00-14: 00
Saturday & holiday 11: 00-16: 00
Preferable by appointment
At Nisco Museum you can see and hear one of the world’s finest collections of antique music pieces – including musical-boxes, an automatic organ, a piano that can imitate famous pianists, ancient gramophones, and antique records.
Guided tours and private concerts are held on demand. Please, book ahead.
For other opening hours please contact us at:
For over 30 years the studio was managed by the artists Nadav Bloch and Nechama Levendel. They had promoted and participated in artistic projects in Israel and abroad with an emphasis on art gatherings and exhibitions in Ein Hod for both local and international artists.
In November 2011 Nadav Bloch passed away.
Levendel Bloch studio continues to encouraging artists gatherings from Israel and abroad providing them work and exhibit space including other collaborative projects.
At the location is Nechama Levendel workshop & a permanent exhibition .
open by appointments.