Ethiopian Knitted Mezuzah Case

$36.00

Mezuzah case adorned with a colorful insert hand knit using tradition Ethiopian techniques and ancient designs.
As each is hand knit, no two are identical. We will choose one for you, or contact us for specific color choices. Adheres with double sided tape, attached.

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This mezuzah case is made under the auspices of Almaz, an entrepreneurial project for empowering Ethiopian women and men in Israel. The goal of the project is to develop and promote disadvantaged and unique communities and to preserve Ethiopian art, which is based on ancient ethnic embroideries that reflect traditional Ethiopian culture. The project employs a staff of Ethiopian embroidery artisans who keep these traditional Ethiopian art forms alive by creating embroidered works.

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Materials: 100% woven cotton, lucite holder, self-stick tape

Size: 5 3/4″ x 3/4″ x 3/4″

Parchment sold separately. Click here for more information.

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