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Jews' Passover paraphernalia range from witty to weird

Friday, April 14, 2017 - 05:50

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Davida Lampkin Tydings, at her LA warehouse, whose company sells Jewish-themed products, says she gets half her revenue from Passover products.

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Found in the home of the Stiefel family, who collect offbeat Passover bric-a-brac are frog straws and toys with an ancient Egyptian theme.

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Found in the home of the Stiefel family, who collect offbeat Passover bric-a-brac are frog straws and toys with an ancient Egyptian theme.

New York

LATELY, Passover, the commemoration of the Jews' liberation from slavery in Egypt, has been getting into the act. The holiday, which runs this year from Monday to April 18, has become an opportunity for entrepreneurs, who sell related merchandise that ranges from the serious (

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