Jerusalem Stone Shin Multi-Shade Mezuzah Case
Enrich the look of any doorpost in your home or office with this remarkable mezuzah case from Jerusalem Stone Judaica:
- Boasting a light tri-color finish, this Jerusalem Stone mezuzah case features the Hebrew letter Shin, representing the name of God, engraved over a representation of Jerusalem's iconic walls.
- Expertly crafted by skilled artisans in the Land of Israel.
- Love the look of this mezuzah but don't have a mezuzah scroll to put in it? For an additional price, this mezuzah case comes with a kosher mezuzah scroll that will fit the case (available in both Ashkenazi and Sephardi versions).
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Width: 23mm / 0.9"
Choice of Length Available:
Small: 11cm / 4.3" (parchment up to 7cm / 2.8")
Medium: 14cm / 5.5" (parchment up to 10cm / 3.9")
The appropriate parchment is available for an additional cost.
Bring a piece of the holy Land of Israel into your home with this exquisite Jerusalem stone mezuzah case! Elaborately made, and with a three-shade finish, the case displays the traditional shin motif, representing the name of God, engraved over a representation of Jerusalem's city walls. This stylish mezuzah will take pride of place on the doorpost of your home for years to come!
Subject to studio availability, this mezuzah case may contain nail holes for affixing to the doorpost or may not contain nail holes (as pictured above).
This mezuzah case includes double-sided mounting tape. The back of the mezuzah is not closed.
Jerusalem stone is a natural material, so the colors in your item may differ slightly from those shown in the picture above. Like all natural rocks, this stone has natural veins running through it.
The Jerusalem-based Lion of Judah Studio brings you beautiful, unique Judaica and Jewish art straight from the Land of Israel. Lion of Judah Studio combines traditional and modern design elements in its pieces, incorporating uniquely Israeli and Jerusalem-based art styles and motifs.