Shoham Yemenite Art Traditional Handcrafted Large Sterling Silver Mezuzah Case with Elaborate Filigree Design
Looking for the perfect mezuzah to welcome your guests to your home? Check out this exquisite mezuzah case from Shoham Yemenite Art:
- Made from sterling silver, this large mezuzah case features an elaborate filigree design along with the Hebrew letter Shin.
- Skillfully handcrafted in the Land of Israel.
- Will make a terrific gift or donation to your local synagogue that will be treasured for many years to come!
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925 Sterling Silver
Weight: 122.5 g / 4.32 oz
Length: 26 cm / 10.23"
Width: 5.3 cm / 2.08"
Suitable for up to 20 cm / 7.87" scroll
The back of the mezuzah is not closed. Intended for doors and entryways.
This mezuzah case can be affixed to your doorpost with nails or double-sided tape.
Observe the mitzvah of mezuzah and decorate your home with artwork from the Land of Israel with this exceptional mezuzah case from Shoham Yemenite Art. Handcrafted from sterling silver according to traditional Yemenite techniques, this mezuzah case boasts an hourglass shape with the Hebrew letter Shin in the center that represents the name of Hashem. A mirroring filigree design of elaborate swirls and circles covers both parts, and each end is crowned with an intricate filigree design. Will make a lovely addition to the doorpost of your home or synagogue!
As this item is handcrafted according to traditional methods, please allow up to 14 business days before the item is shipped for delivery. If you are purchasing it as a gift for a special occasion, we advise that you allow enough time for it to reach its destination.
A second-generation Israeli from a Yemenite family, Shoham Simchi began to train as a silversmith in his teen years, following in the footsteps of his family members before him. For the past 20 years, Simchi has been producing exquisite sterling silver works of Judaica in his Jerusalem-area workshop, blending together traditional and modern methods of craftsmanship.