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2425349 - brass mezuzah - israel museum collection.
Mezuzah, tree of life with blue stones, pewter.
Long rectangular anodized aluminum mezuzah with small gold shin.
Claf (mezuzah Scroll) sold separately. Item code #CLAF1.
Pewter Mezuzah, 4.5 inches tall.
Depicts the beautiful Jerusalem skyline.
Claf (mezuzah Scroll) sold separately. Item code 22761.
Twenty-three Jewish Major League Baseball players offer first-person insight on their lives, careers, and experience of religion within professional sports.
By Peter Ephross, with Martin Abramowitz.
Glass slab with rainbow fused glass menorah. 9” width, 3” height.
By the renowned Venezuelan family of glass artists, the Kelemen Kuatro.
9” Hand blown glass candlesticks with iridescent white coloring. Made in New Orleans, each piece has it’s own unique swirling colors and shades.
15x18” wall mirror, including wooden frame. Frame is hand-grouted and beautifully tiled with assorted colors, textures, and patterns. By local artist Cecilia Kremer.
Hand-selected, handcrafted peach and cream and light brown Jerusalem Stone menorah. Interspersed with luminous colored glass.
Handmade in Israel. 13x3” base, 5.5” height.
6” height, 3/4” diameter. Brass filigree.
This incredibly intricate brass filigree mezuzah features a blue tree of life highlighted within the leaflike metalwork.
5”x5.5” Jerusalem stone tzedakah box with etched glass sides.
Tree of Life design etched in to glass. Hebrew quotes on teh stone read: More Tzedakah, More Peace, More Tzedakah, More Life” in Hebrew.
6” diameter Jerusalem stone Tzedakah box with removable top.
Framed: 13 x 13 dry point etching design with space for personalized message.
Internationally known artist Gad Almaliah was born and raised in Jerusalem and attended the Bezalel Academy of Art. His designs are seen on coins, medals for the Israeli Government, postal service stamps, sculpture and KETUBOT.