Jerusalem Stone Three-Tone Western Wall Mezuzah Case
Looking for a special mezuzah case that will enrich any doorpost in your home? Check out this unique one from Jerusalem Stone Judaica:
- Made from Jerusalem Stone, this mezuzah case boasts a laser-cut Western Wall motif and is colored vibrant shades of blue, orange and beige.
- An original design from the Land of Israel.
- Available in two sizes to best fit your doorpost.
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Small: 11cm x 2cm / 4.3” x 0.8” (takes parchment scroll up to 7cm / 2.8”)
Medium: 14cm / 5.5" (takes parchment scroll up to 10cm / 3.9”)
This stunning mezuzah case takes Judaism's most iconic landmark - the Western Wall - and combines it with the ancient city's eponymous stone and Biblical calligraphy to create a mezuzah that you'll love seeing every time you come home. The beautiful stone case features a laser-etched rendition of the Wall's bricks, in blue, beige and orange, topped with a crowned Hebrew letter shin. It will make a wonderful gift to someone special.
This mezuzah case is available in a range of sizes, and can be purchased with the correct size internal parchment at an additional cost.
This mezuzah case includes double-sided mounting tape. The back of the mezuzah is not closed. When affixing the mezuzah case to your doorpost, please ensure that the surface is clear so that it can be properly fastened.
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).
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 their pieces, in addition to incorporating uniquely Israeli and Jerusalem-based art styles and motifs.