Leah Sheves


Michal Adler-Shalev


Ethel Pisareff

Eti Goren

Eti Goren


Hanna Millar


Yoella Sharon


Irit Gabrieli-Amitai

Rani Gilat | רני גילת

Rani Gilat


Marga Grauenfels


Raya Stern

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About us

Shlush Shloshim is a leading contemporary ceramics gallery established as a cooperative in 1992 in the midst of the historical and picturesque neighborhood of Neve Tzedek. It is owned and operated by 11 local artists exhibiting a variety of styles, techniques and orientations and whose goals are to nurture and promote individual creativity and artistic growth in a true cooperative spirit.

Artist involvement distinguishes Shlush Shloshim from other galleries, ensuring exceptional customer service, advice and pricing. Challenged and rewarded by the cooperative concept, the artists contribute their diverse skills and talents to the distinguished operation of this successful collaboration.

Each artist creates in a highly distinctive personalized style. Work featured range from the elegantly formed functional ware to the purely decorative and sculptural; including many one of a kind and made to order pieces. Drop in and experience this unique venue for quality hand crafted contemporary ceramic objects fit for collecting, gift giving and self indulgence.

Contact Us

Send an E-Mail to Shlush shloshim Gallery -
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Contact Information & hours

31 Shabazi Street,
Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv,
Opening hours:
10:00 to 20:00
Friday 10:00 to 15:00
Saturday 11:00-18:00

Contemporary Ceramics

Sculpture, pottery, ceramic design, handmade tableware, stoneware, earthenware, porcelain, slab built vessels, raku, atmospheric firings, luster, reactive glazes


Judaic Art, decoration, original handcrafted designs in clay, household objects, handmade teapots, mugs, bowls, serving dishes

local artists

Studio Ceramics, Studio Potters, artists, exhibitions, Ceramics Artists Association of Israel, cooperative, gallery

Neve Tzedek

Picturesque neighborhood, Ahuzat Bayit , Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, Shabazi Street, Jaffa, Restored Jaffa Railway Station,  sea, tourist attraction