Mezuza 925 Sterling Silver Filigree Art.
Size: 10 cm
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Jews have been putting mezuzot on the doors of their houses since biblical days.
The mezuzah reminds us of our relationship to God every time we leave our houses and every time we return.
A mezuzah can be made of practically anything: glass, wood, plastic, ceramic, clay, metal, but no matter what it's made of, the important part of the mezuzah is the parchment inside.
The parchment contains two passages from Deutoronomy ("Shema Israel ")
"Hear O Israel, G-d our Lord is G-d the Only One You shall love G-d with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your power. These words which I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them to your children and you shall speak about them when you dwell in your house, when you travel on the road, when you lie down and when you arise. You shall tie them as a sign on your arm and as a head ornament between your eyes. you shall inscribe them on the doorposts of your home and your gates.
The back of the parchment contains the word Shaddai which means "Almighty," but also stands for shomer delatot yisrael: guardian of the doors of Israel.