Limited Edition Marc Chagall Mezuzah - 12 Tribes Hadassah Windows - Benjamin

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Decorate your home with an artistic touch with this exquisite designer mezuzah case from the Land of Israel:

  • Crafted from 24K gold-plated bronze and a full color silkscreen, this limited edition mezuzah case features an adaptation of Marc Chagall's "Benjamin" from his 12 Tribes stained glass windows piece from the Hadassah Medical School Synagogue in Jerusalem. 
  • The silkscreen and case feature a replica of Marc Chagall's signature.
  • Included with a deluxe gift case and certificate of authenticity, this lovely mezuzah case will make a wonderful gift for someone special! 
$599.00 Special Price $539.10

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Size: 13cm X 3.5cm / 5.1" X 1.4" 

Full color silkscreen on 24K gold plated bronze 

Limited numbered edition - 1800 copies 

Suitable for 3.1" / 8 cm parchment

This stunning mezuzah reaches a new level of style and beauty in Jewish ritual art.  The colorful silkscreen has been adapted from Marc Chagall's famous set of 12 stained glass windows (each one signifying one of the tribes of Israel) installed at the Hadassah Medical School Synagogue in Ein Kerem, Jerusalem.  This mezuzah is a replica of Chagall's "Tribe of Binyamin (Benjamin)" window. 

The exquisite full color silkscreen housing is set in a 24K gold plated bronze case.  Both the silkscreen and case bear a replica of Mark Chagall's signature.  The mezuzah is shipped in a deluxe gift case along with an official certificate of authenticity

Pieces from this product line have been given as gifts by Israel to visiting heads of state and foreign dignitaries. 

Please note: Mezuzah scroll is available with the mezuzah case at an additional price. 

Marc Chagall (1887-1985) is among the most beloved, respected, and cherished visual artists in Jewish, Russian, and French history - and claimed by all three cultures as their own.  At the forefront of numerous major artistic movements, his joyful use of color and frequent Jewish themes, as well as his surreal perspectives, give an instantly recognizable look to his work.

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