Sack Tzedakah Box


The sack charity box tells the story of Joseph and his brothers after arriving in Egypt the first time. Joseph, who planted money in his brothers’ sacks, attribute the treasure to the Almighty. The sack is very light when empty to symbolize poverty. Looking down on its top, one sees a Star of David, celebrating giving charity as an essential mitzvah. The verse which inspired the design: “…There was each one’s money in the mouth of his bag,” is affixed in Hebrew as a design element to the front of the sack.

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Materials: 24k gold plate on sterling silver, leather rope

Size: 4″ diam x 5 1/4″