Fused Glass Israeli Mezuzah by Gary Rosenthal - 100% of Profits Donated

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Join us in supporting Israel with the new mezuzah from the Gary Rosenthal Collection. This unique piece, symbolizing peace and life, is part of a fundraising effort for AFMDA, Magen David Adom's life support service. $55 per mezuzah purchased will be donated. 

This mezuzah is made from olive wood, the first reference in the Torah in the story of Noah when a dove returned to the ark carrying an olive branch—a symbol of peace and restoration in the wake of immense devastation. To this day, “extending an olive branch” means to seek peace amidst a hostile situation. The top and bottom of our Israel mezuzah are set at an angle of 18 degrees—the numeric expression of the Hebrew word “Chai” meaning “life”.

  • Made in the USA
  • Measurements: 5.75" x 1"
  • Olive wood and fused glass
  • Non-kosher scroll included

Shipping Info

  • Free shipping on U.S. orders $75+
  • Standard orders typically ship in 1-2 business days from our Ohio warehouse and take 3-10 business days to arrive.
  • Expedited shipping is available and ships the same day if placed before 11:00AM ET.
  • Easy returns within 30 days of purchase

More about Gary Rosenthal


Gary Rosenthal Photo

Together with a team of talented craftspeople, the late Gary Rosenthal created one of the most popular and unique lines of Judaic art in the country. Combining copper, brass, and steel with brilliant fused glass, the Gary Rosenthal Collection has a contemporary style rooted in tradition. His inspiration came from the rich history of the Jewish people which tells us it’s a blessing – a mitzvah – to make beautiful, functional, art.

Work from the collection has been presented to Presidents from Carter, to Clinton, to Obama and celebrities as varied as Bette Midler, John Travolta and Ben Stein. It has been seen worldwide in many fine galleries, private collections, and museum shops.

Customer Reviews

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Brad S.
Shoddy Craftsmanship

Horrible craftsmanship and does not look anything like the picture on the web site. Hate to say but looks like something a child would craft in 2nd grade Sunday school

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Craig J.
Beautiful, great quality

It's a gorgeous and well made mezuzah. Love it.