Dorit Judaica Pomegranate Wall Hanging - House Blessing (Hebrew / English)
Help turn your house into a home with this beautiful designer home blessing wall hanging from Dorit Judaica:
- Made from stainless steel, this work boasts a radiant pomegranate-based mandala pattern inscribed with a blessing for the home.
- An original work from the Land of Israel.
- To best suit your personal style, the home blessing is available in two versions: Hebrew or Hebrew / English.
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Size: 7" X 9" / 18.5 x 23 cm
Beautifully enrich your home décor with this magnificent designer wall hanging from Dorit Judaica. Made from stainless steel, this work is decorated with a vibrant pomegranate-based mandala pattern inscribed with a blessing for the home. There are two versions of this piece, one featuring the blessing in Hebrew and one featuring the blessings in both Hebrew and English. The Hebrew version reads "Yevurach HaBayit Hazeh BeOr VeSimcha, Beriut VeNachat, Parnassa, Shefa VeHatzlacha, Mazal VeBracha, Osher, Ahava, Achva VeReut" (May this home be blessed with light and joy, health and pride, livelihood, plenty and success, luck and blessing, happiness, love, companionship and friendship) as the Hebrew/English version reads "Yevurach HaBayit Hazeh Tishreh Bo Simcha, Beracha, Revacha VeHatzlacha / May this home be blessed with happiness, fortune and success." Skillfully designed and made by one of Israel's top designers, this wall hanging is a terrific way to add an element of contemporary Israeli art to your home décor.
Dorit is the founder of Dorit Judaica. She's a religious woman, with a singular passion for Jewish art. Her faith helps her create vivid pieces that are pleasing to the senses. She specializes in integrating Jewish texts into her colorful work. You'll notice that Dorit employs her remarkable creativity in all her designs. She is a seventh-generation Israeli, and lives in Petach Tikva with her husband and four kids.