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Silver Plated Yemenite Shofar with Hoshen and Grapes
A breathtakingly gorgeous Judaica Yemenite kudu horn shofar, decorated with three textured, silver-plated sleeves engraved with colorful Jewish imagery: the Hoshen (breastplate worn by the High Priest in the Temple) with its twelve colorful jewels, and a gilded cluster of grapes.
A particularly colorful gem of a shofar, this kudu horn Yemenite shofar is an elegant addition to your Rosh Hashana (New Year) celebrations. Its polished browned surface is adorned with three sleeves of finely textured silver plating, with engravings of well-known Judaic motifs: the bejeweled Hoshen Mishpat (breastplate worn by the Kohen Gadol in ancient times) with its twelve brightly colored jewels; and two golden clusters of grapes, one of the Holy Land’s seven primary species of produce. Reflective of the holiday spirit, this sacred judaica horn is sure to beauty the mitzvah of hearing the shofar on Rosh Hashana.
What makes a Yemenite shofar different from your average shofar? There’s one obvious difference - its length and shape. This Yemenite shofar is significantly longer and curlier than the common shofar. Additionally, while many shofarot are made from the horns of rams, Yemenite shofars are typically made from kudu horns.