This unique silver and gold colored mezuzah has a terrific pomegranate design. A pomegranate is said to remind Jews of the 613 mitzvot (commandments) in the Torah with its 613 seeds. The small pomegranate at the top of the design features the Hebrew letter shin, which is found on most mezuzah cases. The case for a mezuzah is made of anodized aluminum and the design also features Haifa based artist Shraga Landesman’s signature in ancient Hebrew characters at the bottom. This stunning piece of Judaica is 5.1 inches high and would be impressive on any door.
As a pomegranate is a fruit of the Fall in Israel, this mezuzah case would be an excellent gift for the Fall chagim (holidays), Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and Sukkot. It would be a welcome addition to a new home, and like the seeds themselves, remind all who see it of the sweetness in the home.