Kippah Holder Tree of Life

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This uniquely designed kippah holder is built from solid African Walnut hardwood. It has been finished with two different stains for contrast and applied with 3 coats of high grade lacquer for durability.  The design is reminiscent of the tree of life. The kippah holder is hand shaped and carved by Jewish artisans in Israel. A great value.

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Available and Custom Kippah Holders

The Kippah, or Yalmulke as it is called in Yiddish, is the Jewish skull cap.  For those who do not wear them on a regular basis, they are encouraged to wear in the synagogue, so many synagogues will want to supply them in a fashionable way at the entrance to the synagogue or in the foyer.  This kippah holder was custom built, but the design has been preserved for reproduction.  Please inquire for availability or custom options. We also encourage custom commissions of kippah holders in a variety of styles to suit your needs and style.

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Bass Synagogue Furniture designs and produces Sephardic torah cases, torah handles, torah and kippah stands from solid wood. Each Sephardi Torah case is built individually, hand carved from solid wood or our lightest version from olive wood. Our holders and stands are built completely from solid wood in contemporary design. We also design and produce custom cases and stands to meet the needs of each congregation. Sephardic Torah cases and stands are available in a variety of sizes and designs. We also produce torah rimonim according to order.  Options include hand carved, painted, inlaid, or metal plate ornamented. Contact Bass Synagogue Furniture today for most up to date availability or register to view pricing for available work.

Holders-Torah, Kippah, and Tallit

Bass Synagogue Furniture designs and produces custom holders. Torah Holders are designed to hold the torah when not being read. Kippah Boxes and Tallit Racks are commonly places at the entrance to the synagogue chapel. All holders are designed and built specifically to meet the needs and style of your community. Our jewish craftsmen use the finest solid wood materials and attention to detail.
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