Barsheshet-Ribak Hand-Painted Grafted-In Anointing Oil Holder Ram’s Horn
Size: 12”-14” / 30.5 cm- 35.5 cm (measured around the curve)
Hand Painted Natural Ram’s Horn
Outfit your home with an incredible treasure from the Holy Land with this exceptional hand-painted creation! A multifunctional work of art, this stunning ram’s horn shofar made by the illustrious Barsheshet-Ribak company is a gorgeous modern reinterpretation of the animal horn vessels used in ancient times to store holy oil. Fabulously painted with a detailed illustration of the Grafted-In Messianic Seal symbol set against a shimmery, creamy gold background, this delightful horn has been carefully sealed on one end and fitted on the other with a silicone stopper to create a luxurious spill-proof replica of the ancient horns described in the Bible. Designed to store your favorite anointing oils in style, this extraordinary piece comes complete with a practical cord handle for your convenience, making this masterpiece a delightful keepsake you’ll be proud to own!
Because this horn is made from organic material, the product that you purchase may come in shades of color somewhat lighter or darker than what is pictured.
Please also note that this Shofar horn is not intended to use for blowing and is made to store anointing oil.
Anointing oil not included.
Barsheshet-Ribak Shofars produce 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 during the time of the Jewish expulsion infamously known as the Spanish Inquisition. After settling in Morocco following the expulsion, the Bar-Sheshet family has continued to produce fantastic shofar horns of unparalleled excellence. Eventually immigrating to Israel in 1947, Meir Bar-Sheshet would open a workshop in Haifa where he continued the family tradition of making extraordinary shofars.
Meanwhile, in Poland, a man by the name of Rabbi Yacov Rossman also began creating objects out of animal horn and soon his incredible talent and beautiful shofars became legendary throughout Poland. Immigrating to Israel in 1927 and settling in the then-new city of 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 harmony 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.