Ceramic Mezuzah White with Silver Shin
A contemporary piece of Judaica, handmade with loving attention to detail.
In Jewish tradition, the Mezuzah case holds a parchment with verses of a prayer, and placed on the doorpost of a house as a sign of faith. The Hebrew letter “Shin" symbolizes the word God, or the “Guardian of the Jewish doors”.
This Mezuzah design is modern and minimalistic, the letter "Shin" has a 3D twist, and can be decorated with 24K gold, or with Silver.
Materials: Ceramics, 24K Gold / Silver
Length: 4.3", Height: 0.6", Width: 0.8"
Length: 11cm, Height: 1.5cm, Width: 2cm
Fits 10 cm scrolls
Length: 6", Height: 0.7", Width: 1"
Length: 15.5cm, Height: 2cm, Width: 3cm
Fits 10, 12 cm scrolls
Length: 7", Height: 0.9", Width: 1.3"
Length: 18cm, Height: 2.5cm, Width: 3.5cm
Fits 10, 12, 15 cm scrolls
Extra Large Mezuza
Inches Length: 8.4", Width: 1.3", Depth: 0.9"
Centimeters Length: 21.5 cm, Width: 3.5 cm, Depth: 2.5 cm
Suitable for 10 cm / 12 cm / 15 cm / 20 cm scrolls
Extra - Extra Large Mezuzah
Inches Length 11 inch, Width 1.9 inch, Depth 1.1 inch
Centimeters Length 28 cm, Width 5 cm, Depth 3 cm
Suitable for 10 cm / 12 cm / 15 cm / 20 cm / 25 cm scrolls
* The Extra-Extra Large Mezuzah case is made by order, we can't accept exchanges and returns for this item.
> How to place it to the doorpost?
There are two stripes of strong double-sided adhesive on the back of the mezuzah. It is Weather-resistant and can be used outdoors or indoors. In order to place the mezuzah just clean the doorpost from dust with a dry cloth, peel off the red stripes from the adhesive, put the scroll inside the mezuzah case, and place it.