I ordered a personalized necklace and for some unclear internet reason the order went in twice. I only noticed it once I saw the bank statement which was after the two necklaces were already shipped. I immediate contacted the online "Avi" who is the chat representative and he took care of everything including tracking the packages, calming me and making sure I get the full reimbursement. In addition, the necklace arrived on time and looked great. It was really comforting to see that you can send such a gift online without seeing it first with your own eyes and still get the full attention of the representatives and get a great product. It is a especially true since things went wrong to start with but nevertheless had a happy ending.
Small Painted Wood Mezuzah Case Domes of Jerusalem
A beautiful, daintily painted mezuzah, made from wood featuring the artwork of Israeli Judaica designer Yair Emanuel. The colorful art depicts the domed architecture commonly associated with the buildings in the Old City of Jerusalem. A reminder of every Jew’s true home, this Jerusalem-inspired mezuzah will compliment the doorposts of any Jewish house or synagogue.
Wherever you dwell in this world, this beautifully painted wooden mazuzah will remind you of every Jewish person’s true home. Featuring vibrant and colorful paintings of the Old City of Jerusalem - including the domed style used in the city’s historic architecture - and imagery inspired by the pomegranate fruit (one of Israel’s seven species of produce), this beautiful Judaica mezuza, designed by Yair Emanuel, is sure to beautify your home.
Mezuzahs are small, rectangular boxes that many Jewish people affix to the doorposts in their homes. They vary in levels of decoration - some opt for a simple, functional design, while others prefer to make the mitzvah as beautiful as can be, like this gorgeous one by Yair Emanuel. The mezuzah case is not complete unless it contains a small, rolled parchment, handwritten by a trained Jewish scribe with the verses of the Shema prayer. Many mezuzot (the correct Hebrew plural form of “mezuzah”) feature the Hebrew letter Shin prominently in their designs - this letter Shin represents one of the Jewish G-d’s sacred names, and serves to remind passersby that He is always watching over His creations.
- Size (cm): 12.5 x 2.5 x 1
- Size (Inch): 4.9 x 1 x 0.4