Tulip Mezuzah By Emily Rosenfeld
The graceful lines of this Tulip Mezuzah make it an elegant adornment for any doorway. A symbol of spring, and of renewal this piece would male a beautiful housewarming or shower gift. Made in pewter, it measures 5 3/4" x 3/4' and comes with non-kosher scroll, screws and a descriptions card. Can be hung inside or out.
SIZE: approx. 5 3/4" long x 3/4" wide.
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- Standard delivery takes 3-10 business days
- Easy returns within 30 days of purchase
More about Emily Rosenfeld
Emily started making her own jewelry in 1991 in Oakland, CA, running her business out of a Murphy bed closet. Now settled in Western Massachusetts, with a view of birch trees and a river she swims in during the summer, her studio is in a converted factory building filled with other artists. She feels continually inspired to develop new designs and play with new materials and techniques.
She is privileged and thankful to be part of the immensely supportive and loving community of craftspeople and crafts buyers. Making her work makes her very happy and she hopes owning it brings a measure of joy as well.
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Got this for my 11th wedding anniversary (combo metal and tulip = traditional symbols for 11 yrs)
Really quite beautiful and more substantial (longer in a good way, strong material) than I expected. Also came in a cute muslin bag
Only strange thing was the directions where to hang we think are wrong as it relates to hanging one in the kitchen. Very minor point but we found it strange.
Again, lovely product and would recommend it!
My daughter and son-in-law finished their trip around the USA and returned to the area they are both from and found a beautiful newish house to make tjeir hoe. This mezuzah was PERFECT for them. It's simplicity and grace are lovely, and they knew it was THE ONE becauseof the tulip.