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Olive Branch Mezuzah - New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors - Stunning Art Work by New Mexico Artists

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Olive Branch Mezuzah

This door mezuzah is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional Jewish scroll casing.  The design incorporates the letter Shin which is part of God's name.  It is made of pewter and the scroll inside provides a blessing for the home and its occupants.  In Deuteronomy, God commands the verse to be affixed to the door post. 

Mezuzot can go on any and all doorways except kitchen, bathroom and store room and should be placed on the right side of the door jam, either vertically or with the top tilted towards the inside of the house. 

This whimsical mezuzah both continues and reinterprets the tradition, bringing into your home a blessing that protected our ancestors, and one that we can pass on to our children.
Item # Olive Branch Mezuzah
Dimensions 4 1/2" Tall x 1" Wide and comes with scroll and hardware to hang on door
$48.00
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