Justice Mezuzah Case
The following two verses influenced this design: “Open the gates of Justice for me that I may enter them…” and “…Justice and well-being kiss.” The letter “Shin”, represents the first letter of one of the Almighty’s many names in Hebrew, is placed as the pivot of the scales of justice which is fixed in an equalibrium position. From the Shin’s arms, the scale’s pans are hung with cables that allow them to move.
Materials: Sterling silver, coated stainless steel cables
Size: 5 1/8″ x 2″ x 1/2″
Meet the Artist: Avi Biran
Avi Biran creates contemporary Judaica that is a perfect blend of function, art, form, humor and joy. Avi studied at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, in Jerusalem, Israel. His artistic excellence earned him the Bezalel Prize for Outstanding Achievements and the prestigious Lucman Prize for Judaica, as well as the Jesselson Prize for Design of Contemporary Judaica awarded by the Israel Museum. His creations seamlessly integrate the requirements of Halachah (Jewish laws) with those of Hiddur Mitzva (meticulous performance of a commandment "in all its glory").Learn More