"Our handmade, woven silver-and-gold kipot are beautiful and cherished," says [Heidi Salaman], whose shop has found a niche inside Salon Beautique in Penn Valley since 2006. "Often, mothers and daughters choose identical or complementary kipot for the Big Day from our selection of Gloria's Kipot," says this expert in accessories. The kipot are in the $95 price range, and often become a gift from mother to daughter.Remember when fountain pens were the Bar Mitzvah gift for boys? Ah, nostalgia. "Haven't sold one in decades," says Jay Roberts, co-owner (with Jake Spigelman) of Jay Roberts Jewelers in Marlton.Says [Sarah], "I read certain pages now and get teary There are so many memories, things like my last year of Hebrew school and a production of 'Fiddler on the Roof that I did that year with some friends. It's all there in the Bat Mitzvah scrapbook," says Sarah.
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