Stained Glass Mechitzah Panels

The stained glass mechitzah panels have been designed for Herzelia-Ada Yeshurun synagogue in Manitoba, Canada mechitza competition.  Designed to display stained glass panels, which the stained glass panels will include empty space, one-way mirror, clear textured, and light shades of textured blue and other delicate color glass.  This choice of materials creates the perfect combination of semi-transparency and each synagogue can choose the amount of reflective versus transparency depending upon their community needs.

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Custom Built-in Mechitza Designs

Bass Synagogue Furniture custom designs mechitzah panels from stained-glass, wood, metal, and fabric.  Each panel is custom designed for the needs, budget, and layout of your synagogue.  All stained glass work is produced by one of the most talented stained glass artists in the world and custom designed for your synagogue.  All work produced by hand in Israel and shipped worldwide.   Offering competitive pricing, door to door service, on-site installation and no local taxes.

Customize Your Mechitzah

A well designed mechitza will give a good view and feeling of access for the women. While at the same time, the mechitza must conform to some level of modesty from the men’s side, which will vary from congregation to congregation. Bass Synagogue Furniture builds custom mechitzas to suit the needs, style, and budget of our clients. Each project is designed in detailed renderings according to the specifications of our clients before it is produced. Our mechitza designs include a base of woodwork to either three feet, sitting, or four feet, standing and then a top semi-transparent material. We have found the most popular choices to be clear glass, one-way mirror, graphic printing, curtains, and laser cut wood, and sandblasted glass. We can also provide woodwork, carving, metalwork, stained glass, and pretty much whatever you can think of.