Black Line Mezuzah in Brushed Aluminum by Adi SidlerProduct ID: MZZ-AS-48013
Black Line Mezuzah in Brushed Aluminum by Adi SidlerThe modern lines in this gorgeous mezuzah represents the Hebrew letter “shin” for the “shema,” and is handcrafted with a special anodized aluminum by artist Adi Sidler.
Mezuzahs have to be affixed on all the doorposts in your home. The hanging of a Mezuzah is a positive commandment that is mentioned in the Torah and is also the simplest way to identify a house as being owned by a Jew as the Mezuzah sits prominently on the interior and exterior doorposts of a house. The Mezuzah is mentioned in the Torah in several places, but appears specifically in the Books of Exodus and Deuteronomy. The scroll is a piece of parchment that has the text of the first two sections of the Shema - the Jewish Declaration of Faith – written on it. The Mezuzah cover, also known as a Mezuzah Case, holds the scroll and is affixed to a doorpost via two screws.
Black Line Mezuzah in Brushed Aluminum by Adi Sidler
Bless your office with this exquisite black mezuzah designed by renowned Judaica artist Adi Sidler. He’s created the letter “shin” by taking three long lines that make up the slender case. Made of a durable anodized aluminum, the color will not fade.
Israeli born artist, Adi Sidler graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem where he received several prestigious scholarships and honors in the field of metalwork and object design. Adi has emerged as one of Israel’s sought after Judaica artists. Using anodized aluminum in combination with innovative laser cutting methods, his works are characterized by their clean cut, minimal lined and polished look.
A great gift for a newlywed couple!
Please Note: Mezuzah case only, scroll not included.
This mezuzah is made available to encase an 8cm, 12cm or 15cm parchment.