Green Palm Tree Cutout Shraga Landesman Mezuzah Case
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An elegant green and tan Judaica mezuzah case for placement on doorways in the Jewish home. Its metallic surface is decorated with zigzagged cutout designs and the shapes of palm trees, offering a small “window” into the case, where a scroll of parchment would sit.
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SKU : 18083
Sale price: $56.95
Crafted from metal in complementary shades of bright green and tan, this elegant Judaica mazuzah case for use in the Jewish home is decorated with beautiful cutout designs inspired by the plants and architecture of the Holy Land, the Land of Israel. With date palm trees, one of the fruit-bearing trees the country is famous for, and the zig-zagged designs reminiscent of ancient Middle Eastern art, the cutouts offer a view inside this mezuzah’s sacred casing, so one might view the holy scroll of parchment inside.
The mezuzah is a special case designed to hold a scroll of parchment, written by hand by a trained Jewish scribe (a sofer) in an ancient Hebrew font. Mezuzot (the Hebrew plural form) are traditionally hung in the doorways of Jewish houses and synagogues. Today, they are made from a variety of materials, such as wood, metal (like this one), glass, or enamel.
- Size (cm): 13X4X2.7
- Size (Inch): 5.1X1.5X1