David Fisher Laser Cut Paper Daughter's Blessing Wall Hanging (Choice of Colors)
Brand: David Fisher
Skillfully made and beautifully designed, this daughter's blessing wall hanging will make a fantastic addition to any wall in your daughter's room.
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2 Layers Laser Cut Acid-Free Paper
Paper Size: 13" x 13" / 33cm x 33cm
Cutting Size: 8.25" X 8.25" / 21 cm X 21 cm
This stunning work of art is sure to impress anyone who sees it! Ornately designed, it features a decorated border of a pomegranate motif, and within it is a smaller frame with the Hebrew Priestly blessing:
Y’varech’echa Hashem v’Yishmerecha. – May God bless you and watch over you.
Ya’eir Hashem Panav Eilecha viy’Chuneka. – May God shine His face toward you and show you favor.
Yisa Hashem Panav Elilecha, - May God be favorably disposed toward you,
V’Yasem Lecha Shalom. – And may He grant you peace.
Inside it is another square filled with an extraordinary pattern incorporating pomegranates as well as two doves, the well-known symbol of peace. Written In its center is a famous Hebrew blessing for the daughters: Ye’simech Elokim k’Sarah, Rivka, Rachel v’Leah - May God makes you like Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah. Intricate and breathtaking, this mesmerizing masterpiece will make a memorable and sentimental gift to someone important in your life!
Acid-free paper to last a lifetime.
Hand-signed in the front by David Fisher.
Please note: this piece is not framed but is available framed for an additional price. It is available in a choice of colors.
David Fisher, born in Jerusalem, is an Israeli graphic designer who has revived the traditional Jewish art form of paper cutting, that goes back to at least the Middle Ages, through utilizing a modern laser cut technology. Together with his expertise in Hebrew typography, the technique of arranging and designing text, these acclaimed works of art are a beautiful portrayal of Jewish blessings, prayers, symbols, and decorative motifs.