Silver Mezuzah - Ellipse
In Italy, a person who wanted a piece of jewelry would give five silver coins to the silversmith. Three coins were melted for the jewel itself and the two other coins were the jeweler's fee. After two days of preparing the silver into threads and small silver domes, the jewelry was crafted in another day. Till this day modern silversmiths use ancient methods to make jewelry, maybe more advanced that 500 years ago, but still very old.
Size: 4 inches.
Takes a 2.5 inch scroll. (Available below)
When saw this item in person, I could not believe the beauty of it. Every time I look at it I am reminded of the beauty of our Yah and His Torah of love.
This mezuzah is elegant and perfect for our front door.
Very pleased. It was just as lovely as shown in the photo online.
This is a lovely Mezuzah and looks beautiful on the door. The only problem we had was with the nails -- the holes were too small to fit the smallest nails. So we improvised and turn straight pins into nails.