Bespoke judaica

If you are looking for something unique and beautiful, then look no further.

Mila has over 30 years' experience creating bespoke designs for stunning silverware, both large and small. 

Inspired by Jewish traditions, rituals and scripture, Mila designs innovative modern judaica for Jewish families and communities.

Mila's passion is to create modern ritual ware that has been welcomed into the homes of Jewish families, becoming part of their religious practice from day to day. 

Mila's work is timeless, making for perfect silverware and one-of-a-kind family heirlooms.

Mila hopes to start work on your own bespoke piece soon.

Ritual silverware

Mila enjoys designing pieces that honour the traditions of Jewish ritual whilst accommodating the modern needs of Jews today.

Mila has produced many transportable items, including travel Channukiah sets, interlocking goblets and an all-in-one marriage ceremony set (pictured), which forms its own self-contained unit.

As well as pieces for the home, Mila has created ritual ware for many synagogues across the globe. She has provided original Torah adornments, including rimmonim, Torah shield and Yad.


Over the years, Mila has constructed many large pieces for communal spaces.

Mila has made several Trees of Life for synagogues to commemorate their members, as well as a freestanding Channukiah and several Ner Tamid.

For the 175th anniversary of West London Synagogue's foundation, Mila was commissioned to make three large Mezuzot, two of which now hang in the synagogue, the other being gifted to HRH The Prince of Wales for his private collection. Mila also produced over 100 smaller Mezuzot for congregants. 

To complete these grander commissions, Mila occasionally works in wood and brass as well as silver.

Award winning designs

Mila's dazzling designs have also earned critical acclaim. In 2015, Mila was awarded first prize in the Judaica 21 annual competition for her silver Kiddush cup based on the biblical quote that 'a woman's worth is far above rubies’ (pictured above). The piece was consequently acquired by the Berlin Jewish Museum for their collection.

One of Mila's mezzuzot is on display at the V&A, and her abstracted Yarzheit candle holder, Shabbat and Havdalah set were commissioned for a British Museum exhibition of religious artefacts, and are now part of their permanent Judaica collection. Mila's work, including her conical etrog box design, was the first piece of contemporary Judaica bought by the Jewish Museum in London; she also has had pieces bought by the Jewish Museum of New York.

© Mila Tanya Griebel 2019

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