Round "Wedding Glass" Mezuzah by Joy Stember

There is a medieval Jewish parable that during Creation, vessels containing the Divine Light shattered, scattering shards and light throughout the material universe.

Breakings cannot be separated from beginnings, and light comes in through the cracks. ♥

This refined, graceful mezuzah proudly displays its scroll. You can mount it as is, or give it the finishing touch (the beginning touch?) by easily adding your wedding glass to the empty spaces on either side of the scroll.

Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.5 inches
Materials: All Joy Stember pieces are handmade in pewter, sprayed with protective lacquer to prevent tarnishing. (Can be hand-washed with a soft sponge, mild soap, and water.)

Joy Stember is an award-winning Judaica artist and metalsmith from the Philadelphia area. Her handmade pieces are lovingly fabricated by scoring and folding sheets of pewter to make three-dimensional works of art. The gorgeous textures are pulled from many influences and are embossed into the metal.

An enduring symbol of safety and protection for all who dwell within a home, a mezuzah consists of a prayer scroll in a decorative case, which is affixed to the front door jamb (and sometimes to interior doorposts as well). They make an especially good gift for a wedding or housewarming.

You make a difference! All proceeds support the National Museum of American Jewish History and its mission.

Price: $165.00
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