Gray Jerusalem Stone Wall Shin Mezuzah Case - Medium
Bring blessing and a touch of the Land of Israel into your home with this Jerusalem stone mezuzah case:
- Contains a gray Jerusalem stone finish, crafted to perfection in the Land of Israel.
- Displays the Hebrew letter Shin, standing for the name of G-d for divine protection.
- Perfect for the front door to your home or office, making a lasting impression for years to come!
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Size of mezuzah case: 14.5 cm x 1.5 cm / 5.71" x 0.59"
Suitable for a 10 cm / 3.94" scroll
This mezuzah case includes double-sided mounting tape. The back of the mezuzah is open.
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 mitzvah (commandment for connection) of hanging a mezuzah on your doorposts comes from the Torah in both the first and second paragraphs of the Shema blessing:
UchTavtam, Al mezuzot beitecha, Uvisha'arecha - Engrave them (the words of the Shema) upon your doorposts and your gates (Numbers 6:9).
"Inscribe them (the words of the Shema) on the doorposts (mezuzot) of your home and on your gates, so your days and your children's days may be prolonged in the land that G-d promised to give your fathers, as days like heaven on earth," (Deuteronomy 11:20-21).
Adorn your home in holiness and a taste of Jerusalem with this stunning mezuzah case made from Jerusalem stone. Ensured to impress anyone who enters your home, enhancing your doorposts and atmosphere for years to come!
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.