One of the most popular mitzvot, mezuzah is the ancient tradition of affixing a scroll to all doorposts of the house in order to signify the covenant between God and the Jewish people. Written by a professional scribe on kosher parchment, mezuzahs (in Hebrew, mezuzot) are commonly kept in a special case in order to protect it from wear and tear.
Originally mentioned in the Torah as a positive commandment, the mitzvah of mezuzah is one of the most popular traditions practiced by Jews around the world. In order to signify the covenant between God and the Jewish people, we are commanded to affix the mezuzah scroll to all the doorposts around the house (except for the bathroom). This scroll, expertly written on a kosher parchment by a professional scribe, contains three paragraphs from the Torah, each affirming the faith of the Jewish people and their covenant with God.
In order to preserve the integrity of the scroll and protect it from wear and tear, it is customary to keep the mezuzah in a special case. While the scrolls must be uniform, the cases can be as original and unique as the homeowner wishes. From a simple plastic case to an intricately designed ceramic one, the variety of cases is tremendous. At World of Judaica, we're sure you'll find the perfect mezuzah case for your house.
- Red Line Mezuzah in Brushed Aluminum by Adi Sidler$50.00 $69.00
- Mezuzá Prateada de Alumínio Anodizado de Adi Sidler$60.00 $69.00