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Spertus Museum Prize Mezuzah

This Mezuza won honorable mention at the Spertus Prize Museum in Los Angeles, the largest Judaica competition to date. Immediately after the exhibit showcase the museum decided to purchase the mezuza for their private collection. Standing approximately twenty-five inches in height, Israeli artist Gabriel Bass carved this extraordinary piece from one solid piece of old growth Yellow cedar. Lions guard two doors, which can be opened to reveal the hand written scroll. The mezuzah scroll is displayed in glass tubing inserted from the back.

Description

Award Winning Mezuzahs and Judaica

This mezuzah was honored at the Spertus Museum. Artist Gabriel Bass has won many such awards for his unique Judaica work. He combines such materials as wood, metal, and glass to create unique sculptural art in Israel. You are welcome to visit the Jewish Artist Center studios on your next visit to Israel. Gabriel and other artists at the artist center create custom commissioned mezuzahs and other Judaica. Each piece is individually designed and produced to suit the style, needs, and budget of our clients. Contact us today for more information on commissioning custom mezuzahs for your home or synagogue. Quantity discounts are available for multiple pieces of the same or similar design.

Additional information

Materials

Cedar, Glass

Height

61

Width

20.3cm

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