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Golden Jerusalem

$36.95

Sale price Regular price $30.99

A depiction of the Jerusalem that Israeli folk singer Naomi Shemer sang so famously about. "Yerushalayim Shel Zahav" Jerusalem of gold. Stands 5.5 inches tall. Designed in pewter by Israeli artist Emanuel.

Specifications

  • Made in USA
  • Measures 5.5 inches tall
  • Fits up to a 5 inch scroll (available in the product options)
  • Affixes with nails or screws

About the Mezuzah Scroll options:

If you choose "No Scroll", we'll ship you the Mezuzah with no scroll inside. Choose this if you already have a scroll. 

If you need a scroll as well, you can choose to add either a Basic Kosher Scroll or the larger Superior Kosher Scroll. If you choose either of these options we'll ship your Mezuzah with the scroll of your choice already rolled and inserted inside the Mezuzah.

Get Mezuzahs for Your Entire Home!

Mezuzahs bring blessing to your home. According to Jewish tradition, they should be on almost every door of your home. Besides the front door, Mezuzahs also go on the back door, bedroom doors and many other doors of your home.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
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D.S.
Overall l am satisfied

I am happy with this selection, gold and turquoise looks great. Although, it is much darker gray than the showed online.

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J.D.
High quality and speedy delivery

This mezuzah is well made and was delivered very quickly.

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M.R.
Very disappointed!

Mezuzah is not as pictured. Metal is dull and there’s very little contrast with the other design elements.

H
H.
Beautiful

Beautiful, 1 complaint, no back. I have my own scroll so I didn't need to order more, maybe that's why no back.

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F.E.
Very Nice

Beautiful!

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M.C.
marla's review

Amazing selection! Fast delivery!

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H.
Golden Jerusalem

Love my purchase! Delivery was very quick and I received several updates regarding the transport of the package. I ordered this for the family I nanny for as a gift. I am not Jewish and was a little confused on how I know that the scroll is truly inside the Mezuzah, as there isn no way of taking it apart to see. It's a gorgeous piece and am very satisfied!