Dorit Judaica Laser-Cut Stainless Steel VeAhavta Mezuzah (Choice of Colors)

Designed in Israel
$27.00
In stock

On the lookout for a marvelous contemporary mezuzah from the Land of Israel? We have just the one for you!

  • This beautiful mezuzah is stylishly fashioned from laser-cut stainless steel and displays the Hebrew word VeAhavta ("And You Will Love") - a Torah quote calling us to love those around us as ourselves - in your choice of colorful acrylic.
  • An exclusive design by Dorit Judaica - one of Israel's leading designers of modern Judaica and Jewish art pieces.
  • An enchanting blend of the traditional and the modern, this mezuzah comes packaged in a gorgeous gift box, making it an ideal present for a housewarming, wedding, or any other special occasion.
Bordeaux (DJ-MZS-3-B)
Blue-Green (DJ-MZS-3-BG)
Mustard (DJ-MZS-3-M)
Turquoise (DJ-MZS-3-T)
$27.00

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Details

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

Affix the words of Torah to the doorposts of your home, business, synagogue, or school in graceful style, with this magnificent mezuzah case by Dorit Judaica. Made of laser-cut stainless steel, this contemporary mezuzah displays the Hebrew words VeAhavta - "And you shall love", a Torah commandment to love our neighbors as we love ourselves - in your choice of four colors. This stylish mezuzah is designed for outdoor use and comes packaged in a gorgeous gift box, making it the perfect gift for a housewarming, wedding, or any other special 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.

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