Small Moroccan Mezuzah
Add a little North African flavor to your home with this petite Moroccan style Mezuzah.
- This Mezuzah measures 3.5 inches tall
- Made of pewter
- Made in Israel
- Takes a 2.8 inch scroll (available in the product options)
- Affixes with nails or screws
Mezuzah Scroll Options:
If you choose "No Scroll", we'll ship you the Mezuzah with no scroll inside. Choose this option if you already have a scroll.
If you need a scroll as well, choose "Add an Extra Small Kosher Scroll". We'll ship your Mezuzah with a scroll 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.
The small Moroccan Mezuzah we received is frankly perfect for us. The quality of the holder is apparent in the carvings and the weight. The design is simple and understated which fits our doorway very well. I also wanted to comment that the communication - including text notifications - was timely and appreciated.
It's so pretty! I received my package late (due to some issues with the post office, not the company's fault at all), but it finally arrived and I almost cried when I opened it! I ordered this one as well as another for my new apartment and they're both gorgeous. They were packaged beautifully within the shipping box, making it feel like I was receiving a gift! Well worth the wait!
(no pictures of either hung up yet, sorry)
looks and feels right
A classic. This mezuzah cover is just the right size and is very beautiful and
I am happy that I ordered this mezuzah -- it is smaller than others, and I plan to use on an outside porch. Very pretty, with stones and a hamsa, among other symbols, it will fit nicely in my home in the Pennsylvania woods. Appreciate your fine selection and service.
Everything was just as I expected. Very pretty. Easy to install. Appears to be durable. Thanks for the instructions on hanging the Mezuzah and the blessing prayer.