26"–28" Polished Yemenite Kudu Shofar
Arouse repentance in your listeners like in days of old with this fantastic shofar (horn) from Barsheshet-Ribak:
- Made from a kudu (antelope) horn in accordance with the Yemenite tradition.
- Brought to you straight from the heart of the Holy Land.
- For an additional price, this shofar is available with an acrylic stand, a velvet shofar bag and a bottle of shofar deodorizer.
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Made in accordance with biblical law (Kosher)
Size: 26" - 28" / 66 - 71 cm (measured lengthwise around the curves)
Let the resounding blasts of the shofar (horn) inspire yourself and those around you with this magnificent kudu shofar from the Barsheshet-Ribak Shofars. Polished to perfection, this large swirling shofar comes from the horn of a kudu (African antelope) and produces a crisp and deep sound. Connecting your personal devotion and practice to those believers who came before you, this shofar will make a fantastic addition of faith to your home.
Please Note: Each shofar comes with a sticker certifying its kashrut.
Please Note: Shofars may come in shades of color somewhat lighter or darker than what is pictured.
Purchase together with this item (for an additional charge):
- A 50 ml bottle of shofar odor neutralizer.
- A stylish shofar bag.
- A matching deluxe shofar stand.
Barsheshet-Ribak Shofars is a family business that produces some of the very best shofars in the world. The union of two great dynasties specializing in the production of high-quality shofars, each of these incredible horns is a testament to the rich history behind them.
The Bar-Sheshet family can trace back their lineage in shofar making to 14th-century Spain, and throughout their time in Morocco and their eventual immigration to the Holy Land of Israel, they have continued the family tradition to produce fantastic shofar horns of unparalleled excellence. Meanwhile, in Poland, a man by the name of Rabbi Yacov Rossman also created objects out of animal horns, and his incredible talent and beautiful shofars became legendary throughout Poland. After settling in Tel Aviv, he continued his craft and taught his cousin, Avraham Ribak, the secrets of his trade. Today, the sons of Avraham Ribak and Meir Bar-Sheshet work together in the Holy Land to produce the finest shofars you’ll ever see. With their uncompromising commitment to excellence, these magnificent horns are sought after by religious communities and collectors worldwide for their immeasurable beauty and unrivaled quality.