Good Luck Fish Mezuzah with Purple Enamel Set with Stones
This elegant Mezuzah case will stand out on any door frame, reminding passers-by of their connection to G-d. On purple enamel surface it has distinct decoration, consisting of two stylized silver fish and glittering white stones.
Mezuzah cases are among the most important Judaica, used to place the parchment with the Shema on the doorpost. Although the parchment is the main and the most valuable item in the setting, through ages manufacturing of Jewish Mezuzahs has been elevated to an art form. This elegant Mezuzah case is a great example of artistic Judaica. It has distinct decoration on the purple enamel surface. Two stylized silver fish, sometimes used as a good luck symbol, represent the central decorative element on the case. They are surrounded by glittering white stones, which are perfectly embedded with the motif of fish, and together create beautiful unity.
Affix this distinct Mezuzah case on your doorpost and let it be reminder to passers-by of their connection to G-d, and a symbol of G‑d's watchful care over the house and its inhabitants.