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Mezuzah With Two Flowers and Butterfly by Sherri Cohen Design



Sherri Cohen creates this artistic, Two Flowers and Butterfly brass, copper and sterling silver mezuzah. Each piece has a scroll with the biblical passages about the home being a sanctuary, to treat all things with truth and compassion, and to care for the earth and everything that dwells upon it. A sterling silver Hebrew letter sits at the top, to signify it's religious function. It is sealed to protect if from the elements of nature. It comes with a non kosher scroll, encased in a sealed clear tube. A Kosher scroll is available for an additional charge.
Given the hand made nature of the this item, subtle variations may occur.

Handmade in the USA

* Size: 5"H. x 1"W.

Shipping: approximately one week.

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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.

ALL SHERRI COHEN JEWELRY & JUDAICA

Sherri Cohen's work ranges from Judaica to jewelry. Her sculptural, artistic jewelry collection incorporates sterling silver, gold, and semi-precious gems, and her unique Judaica incorporates various metals, along with natural local and exotic woods, and recycled materials.

Sherri's work captures her awe of nature, the human spirit and enduring love. Her ceremonial objects that celebrate life cycles are sure to become the heirlooms and keepsakes of tomorrow. Her handcrafted jewelry and Judaica, one-of-a-kind, signed pieces, and functional art enhance life, spirit, and the home.

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