26"-28" Yemenite Kudu Shofar - Polished
The best shofar that you’ll find on the market at an affordable price!!!
Wonderfully connect to the Biblical tradition with this grand kosher Yemenite shofar from Barsheshet-Ribak:
- Produced according to traditional methods from the horn of a kudu, this deluxe shofar features a polished finish along its entire body.
- Made by one of the top shofar producers in the Land of Israel.
- Whether you are using it or displaying it for all to see, you will love having this shofar in your home for many years to come!!!
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Size: 26" - 28" / 66 - 71 cm (measured lengthwise around the curves)
This is the classic shofar that Jews in Yemen imported from Africa and blew on Rosh Hashanah for centuries, then brought with them to Israel. Much larger and more spiralled than standard European shofars, this imposing instrument makes a lasting impression!
The entire shofar is beautifully polished while its sound is crisp and pure. All of our shofars are crafted according to ancient tradition while utilizing modern methods to produce some of the highest quality shofars in Israel. Makes a fantastic gift!
Please Note: Shofars may come in shades of color somewhat lighter or darker than what is pictured.
Purchase together with this item (for an additional charge):
- A 50 ml bottle of shofar odor neutralizer.
- A stylish shofar bag.
- A matching deluxe shofar stand.
All of our shofars are produced to a high standard and meet all the requirements of Jewish Law. As shofars are a natural product, each one is completely unique, so the exact size and color of the shofar that you receive may vary slightly from the one shown in the picture above. If your desired shofar is out of stock, we will send a larger shofar at exactly the same price!
Mentioned throughout Jewish sources, the sound of the shofar was historically used at various times, including at the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Today, the shofar is used on the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, when that same sound has the unique power to wake up our soul to the presence of its Infinite source, and to renew a vision of the spiritual connection we are meant to build in this world.