Whats in a name?
tshatshke (n.) /ˈCHäCHkə/ - a small object that is decorative rather than strictly functional; a trinket.
What's in a name? That which we call a rose/ By any other name would smell as sweet?
Tshatshke is the English spelling of the Yiddish origin of the word tchotchke. We chose tshatshke to honor our Jewish heritage and a long-standing tradition of Jewish people in the jewelry industry.
Tshatshke is a jeweler-owned full service jewelry store, workshop and gallery that brings expert jewelry services and handmade, small batch jewelry in a friendly and approachable environment to Port Richmond and the larger Philadelphia area.
Our workshop is home to our full line of jewelry and our owner who makes it all, Maddy Hirsch.