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A unique addition to your Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year) celebration, this kudu’s horn Yemenite Shofar is decorated with elegant silver plating. These stunning accoutrements are engraved with a stunning Magen David (Star of David), set with an elegant black stone.
Enhance your celebration of the Jewish New Year holiday, Rosh Hashana, with your very own Judaica shofar in the traditions of Yemenite Jewry. The typical shofar you may have seen used during prayer services at synagogue was likely smaller and less curvy; it was made from a ram’s horn. What makes this Yemenite shofar particularly unique is its length and the creature it came from - a kudu. This shofar is decorated with beautiful silver plating, engraved with stunning designs. The larger portion of silver plating is set with the Jewish star Star of David and, in its center, a large black gemstone.
Every Rosh Hashana, Jews attend prayer services and hear the shofar horn blown. Did you know that a shofar can be made from the horn of any kosher animal (sans cows)? A ram’s horn is commonly used, but Yemenites make their shofarot from a kudu’s horn. But the possibilities are endless.