Israel Museum Brass Mezuzah Case With Adaptation of 17th Century German Silver Bible Binding
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Size of mezuzah case: 3.9" / 10 cm
Space for parchment: 3.2" / 8 cm
Add both sophistication and a sense of history to your home décor with this magnificent mezuzah case from the Israel Museum collection. Made from brass, this case features an intricate lacework pattern that is inspired by the silver design found on the binding of a 17th century Bible from Augsburg Germany. In the middle is written the Hebrew word "Shadai," one of the names for God. Both practical and stylish, this mezuzah case is a wonderful way of connecting your personal observance with the faith and devotion of previous generations.
Please note: Mezuzah scroll not included.
This item comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a short description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.
Israel's largest cultural institution, the Israel Museum, is dedicated to recording and safeguarding the relics that chronicle the tale of the Jewish people. Housing thousands of years of ancient artifacts pertaining to Jewish culture all over the world, the Israel Museum’s mission is to educate and encourage knowledge of Judaism’s rich and fascinating history to people all over the globe. One of their methods of fulfilling this dream is to create stunning replicas and adaptations of the original pieces in their encyclopedic collections and distribute them worldwide. With each captivating replication comes its own certification of authenticity, as well as a brief summary of that piece’s historical background in both Hebrew and English.