Frosted Glass Mezuzah Case with White Shin and Scalloped Sides
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This is an ethereal and elegantly minimalistic glass mezuzah case, designed for use in Jewish houses and synagogues. The mezuzah is ornamented with a beautiful Hebrew letter Shin, representing one of Hashem’s (G-d’s) holy names. Simple, functional, and beautiful, this mezuzah can be affixed to the doorposts of your home or shul.
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SKU : 17606
Sale price: $16.95
A beautiful, minimalistic, and functional mezuzah case, designed to hold a small handwritten parchment (not included) containing the words of the “Shema” prayer. Made of frosted white glass, the case is engraved with the Hebrew letter Shin, which stands for one of G-d’s sacred names. The simple, contemporary style is ideal for most settings, as it will not clash with most color schemes and interior designs. Easy to mount to wooden doorframes with nails or thumbtacks, this Judaica mezuzah has small holes on the top and bottom of its case.
Typically made in the modern age from glass, plastic, metal, enamel, wood, or plastic, mazuzot (plural for mezuzah) are designed to house a rolled-up parchment containing the words of a prayer called “Shema.” This parchment is traditionally handwritten in Hebrew calligraphy with a quill pen and ink by a meticulously trained Jewish scribe. The mezuzah serves an aide-mémoire to passersby of the Almighty’s constant presence in the world, and that we should always conduct ourselves in ways that should please Him.