'The Ten Commandments - Menorah' Hand-Painted Yemenite Shofar

$431.94
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SH-AK-0084
ISBN: / EAN:
7290116189635

Large Yemenite (kudu) shofar hand painted with 'The Ten Commandments and Golden Menorah'.

● Size: 42" - 44" inch / 106 - 112 cm.
● The Tablets of Stone and Menorah on black background.
● Limited edition with serial number.
● Signed by Sarit Romano.
● Tested for sound quality.
● Made in Israel.
● Kosher Kudu horn.

Large Yemenite (kudu) shofar hand painted with 'The Ten Commandments and Golden Menorah'.

Make a joyful noise unto YAHWEH - Praise HIM with this beautiful kudu shofar.

Creation of renowned Israeli artist Sarit Romano - This is a unique shofar with a serial number and a part of limited edition.

Each shofar is lovingly hand-painted in Israel.

● Size: 42" - 44" inch / 106 - 112 cm.
● The Tablets of Stone and Menorah on black background.
● Limited edition with serial number.
● Signed by Sarit Romano.
● Tested for sound quality.
● Made in Israel.
● Kosher Kudu horn.

Note: Shofar length is measured around the edge of the shofar.

The Shofar is hand painted by Sarit with deep enamel colors, then finished with a lacquer to preserve its beauty. 

And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the people of Israel, saying, In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall observe a day of solemn rest, a memorial proclaimed with blast of trumpets, a holy convocation. You shall not do any ordinary work, and you shall present a food offering to the Lord.”
(Leviticus 23:23-25)

Please note that each shofar is unique due to the nature of the product, and that your shofar may vary slightly in color and shape from what you see in the image.

The shofar is spoken of frequently in scripture beginning at Exodus 19. where the blast of a shofar emanating from the thick cloud on Mount Sinai makes the Israelites tremble in awe.

The shofar is used to announce the new moon and the Jubilee year. The first day of the seventh month (Tishrei) is termed "a memorial of blowing". Also they are sued to 'sound the alarm' (Joel 2) and signifying the start of a war. Later, they were also employed in the temple orchestra by King David.  

Comes with an optional olive wood shofar stand.

You are welcome to visit us at 24 Christian Quarter Road in the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel.

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