Dorit Judaica Laser-Cut Stainless Steel Leaf Design Mezuzah (Choice of Colors)
Shopping for a gorgeous piece of Judaica to give as a gift for someone special? Shop no further than this beautiful mezuzah from Israel!
- Flawlessly made from laser-cut stainless steel, this phenomenal mezuzah case is decorated with a beautiful leafy pattern and comes in your choice of colorful acrylic.
- An original design by Dorit Judaica - one of Israel's leading producers of stylish, modern Judaica and Jewish decor pieces.
- A fabulous nature-inspired design, this wonderful mezuzah makes a spectacular gift for someone special in honor of an important lifecycle event.
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Laser-Cut Stainless Steel, Colored Acrylic
Size of Mezuzah Case: 14cm x 3cm / 5.5" x 1.2"
For outdoor use and suitable for a 12cm (4.7") scroll
Comes packaged in a gorgeous gift box
If you're on the lookout for a new mezuzah case inspired by the natural beauty of the Land of Israel, this delightful design by Dorit Judaica is the one for you. Made of laser-cut stainless steel, this stylish contemporary mezuzah displays a beautiful leafy pattern and comes in a choice of four colors. The Hebrew letter Shin, which is traditionally displayed on mezuzah cases as a symbol of God's name, it displayed on the upper part of the case. Specially designed for outdoor use and packaged in a gorgeous gift box, this mezuzah is a meaningful and practical present for a housewarming, wedding, or any other celebratory occasion.
The woman behind Dorit Judaica is Dorit, a religious woman based in the central Israeli city of Petah Tikva. Dorit's art and Judaica pieces are inspired by her Jewish faith, which helps her create vivid pieces that are pleasing to the senses and she specializes in integrating Jewish texts into her vibrantly colorful work. Dorit's family has been in the Land of Israel for seven generations and today she lives in Petach Tikva with her husband and four kids.