Each and every Mezuzah is one of a kind fabricated by artist, Harriete Estel Berman from post consumer recycled tin cans following the precept of tikkun olam, repair the world.
The Mezuzah hangs from two small keyholes shapes on the back.
The opening in the back is large enough for the scroll to be inserted and checked for condition.
My hallmark (maker's mark) is stamped on the back.
This Mezuzah should be displayed on an interior door frame. The material may rust or fade if exposed to weather.
My work is in 14 museum collections and in over 35 books.
In addition to private and public collections my Judiaca is included in the permanent collection of :
The Jewish Museum, New York,
Jewish Museum, Berlin, Germany,
Yeshiva Museum, New York,
Minneapolis Museum of Art.
This series of Mezuzah is offered at the best price I can offer. Based on my own design and fabrication methods, the Mezuzah's are constructed by myself with care and attention to detail. While every attempt is made during the fabrication to protect the beautiful colors and designs printed on the tin cans all of this material had another life as food packaging or game tins. Small scratches or dents may exist....this is part of its patina from previous use.
A Kosher scroll may be purchased separately. They cost me $45.
If you want a printed scroll at no charge, please let me know.
Dimensions: Available in two sizes. 7.25" tall, 6"tall
Each Mezuzah is one of a kind.
I can not duplicate an existing Mezuzah. Sometimes I may have more of similar material, but this will be by commission.
Made in San Mateo, CA
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