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Bass Synagogue Furniture
Bass Synagogue Furniture is the trusted name for high quality synagogue design, synagogue interiors, aron kodesh, bimah, mechitzas and other synagogue furniture design, production, and installation. Master craftsman Gabriel Bass has developed efficient artistic methods, emphasizing smooth function and elegant form. Working in solid wood, glass, and metal, Bass Synagogue Furniture creates pieces like elijah chairs, ner tamid, synagogue pews, and more without compromising on even the smallest details. We work with each client individually to ensure that they receive the highest-quality product, according to their needs and budget. Clients can rest assured that their synagogue will receive the best products and service available.
Attention to Detail
Gabriel and his team of Jewish artisans build every project utilizing the finest materials and unique techniques, which assures that the work will last and be appreciated for generations. We specialize in wood, metal, and glass. Watch our craftsmen at work in our Virtual Studio.
Learn From the Best
Gabriel and his team offer a full range of courses in wood, glass, and metal work suitable for all skill levels through The Jewish Artists Center. Courses focus on the individual goals of each student, creating projects that to be proud of while learning new techniques. Check out more information regarding our courses and workshops.
All work is produced in Israel and supports the livelihoods of Jewish craftsmen. Our prices are internationally competitive, and we provide custom crating, air shipping, insurance, and service above and beyond. A percentage of BSF profits help support tzedakah causes in Israel.
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Work in Progress
Watch Israeli craftmen building columns by hand for synagogue Binyan Bracha V'shalom in Kriat Ya'arim, Tel Stone, Israel, near Jerusalem. The columns were built completely from solid wood, glued together, lathed round, carved by hand in a twisted pattern, and sanded....read more
Spring 2012 Toronto, Canada This exciting project has taken about three months to produce in our studios in Israel. The more than three tons of woodwork, metal, and glass include interior carpentry, built in Aron Kodesh wainscoting,...read more
Summer 2012 Vancouver, Washington, USA A Ner Tamid has been commissioned by the Congregation Kol Ami community to be hung from the high ceiling in their beautiful new building. This Ner Tamid will be based on a Ner Tamid previously designed for a synagogue in Bet...read more