Sterling Silver Relief of the Western Wall Mezuzah
Judaica formed of pure sterling silver, this mezuzah case features a unique artisanal relief of the holiest surviving site in Judaism, Jerusalem’s Western Wall (the Kotel). The upper edges of the wall reach towards heaven, and also toward a 24K gold plated Shin, the Hebrew letter representing two of the 72 names of God- “Shaddai” (Almighty) as well as “Shomer Daltot Israel” (Guardians of the Doorways of Israel).
Judaica electroformed from sterling silver, with a 24K gold Shin embossed upon it, this special mezuzah case features a relief of the holiest surviving site in Judaism, the Western Wall which is also known in Hebrew as the Kotel. The sterling silver features representations of the ancient stones of the Western Wall along the lower portion of this mezuza case. Perfect for any Jewish doorway, you will always see the Kotel and know that rising up from it are all the prayers and blessings said at this most famous and holy of sites.
Just as our prayers rise up from the Western Wall towards Heaven and towards the Lord our God, so too do beautiful lines curve upward and outward to envelop the mezuzah door scroll inside, and reaching towards the Shin, the heavens (shamayim), Shaddai (the Almighty), and the Protector of the Doorways of Israel. Measuring 6.5 inches or 16.51 cm in length, it will always hearken us back to the place of the Great Temple, and the site of so many of our biblical tales to remember the lessons we have learned.
- Size (cm): 16.5
- Size (Inch): 6.5