Product Description & Reviews
Bright and playful colors celebrate the return of sunshine after the flood. The oversized dove has been cut separately and attached to the forefront to create depth and motion. Hand painting, followed by a variety of materials meticulously arranged inside the delicately cut stainless steel frame finish this beautiful Mezuzah case. The Mezuzah is a ceremonial object. The mitzvah or commandment of placing a Mezuzah is derived from Deuteronomy 6:4-9: ?Inscribe them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates". A Mezuzah is mounted on every doorway in a Jewish home. Included are mounting screws or nails, a photocopy and a translation of the Mezuzah scroll or the Shema prayer, and placement instructions. Our Mezuzah cases can also be mounted outdoors, preferably under an overhang. A Kosher Mezuzah Scroll, handwritten by a scribe in Israel is available separately from The Artazia Collection Artazia.
Features & Highlights
- Each Mezuzah Case is truly like a miniature artwork. Measures 4 1/2" High by 1 1/2" wide"
- Bright and playful colors celebrate the return of sunshine after the flood
- Can be mounted indoors or outdoors under an overhang
- Includes mounting screws a copy and a translation of the Mezuzah scroll, and placement instructions
- Kosher, hand written scroll from Israel, available separately from Artazia
|Manufacturer:||The Handmade Group Inc.|
|Brand:||The Artazia Collection|
|Publisher:||The Handmade Group Inc.|
|Studio:||The Handmade Group Inc.|
|Item Weight:||0.03 pounds|
|Item Size:||1.5 x 0.75 x 0.75 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.1 pounds|
|Package Size:||4.4 x 1.1 x 1.1 inches|
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This Mezuzah Case is truly like a miniature artwork, the intricate design is hand painted and set within a stainless steel frame. Austrian crystals, beads and a variety of other materials are delicately assembled and set in artists' resin resulting in a beautifully finished and durable piece. Truly a work of art, this Mezuzah Case is exceptionally well made and is produced in limited editions. The Mezuzah is a ceremonial object. The mitzvah or commandment of placing a Mezuzah is derived from