Deluxe Illuminated Hebrew-English Torah
Take your Judaism to the next level with this vibrant, elegant Torah from the Land of Israel:
- Compiled in Hebrew and English in the outline of the two tablets of the Ten Commandments.
- Displays stunning illustrations alongside each Torah portion and each of the 5 books of the Torah.
- Unbelievably stunning book for the bar/bat mitzvah, newly wed couple, or friend as a special holiday gift that will radiate spirituality and wisdom for years to come!
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Hardcover, 208 pages
Size: 23 x 34 cm / 9" x 13.4"
This luxurious book will be a real addition of beauty tradition to your home, or the home of someone you love! Covered with soft ornate leatherette, the inside will amaze you even more. When you open it up, it gives the appearance of the two tablets of the Ten Commandments and the illustrations and illuminations -- both classic and new -- are truly outstanding.
This Torah is dedicated to the revival of Hebrew manuscript illumination, the ancient cultural tradition, which has been active for more than a thousand years.
The book features the complete text of the Hebrew Bible (including diacritical punctuation) accompanied by illustrations, paintings, and works of art spanning the ages, as well as a comprehensive introduction. The Torah is printed on fine paper, in full color, with gold ornamentation and lacquer finishing, and cut with a unique technique, an original invention of our publishing house, allowing the shape of the opened book to resemble the two Tablets of the Covenant.
This Torah reveals the glorious 3,500 year-old cultural roots of the People of Israel, and highlights the adherence to quality in design and production witnessed in Israel today. With its distinctive form and precise design, combining works of art hundreds and even thousands of years old and from all over the world, this Torah beautifies and enhances the Sabbath and holiday table, as well as the family bookshelf.