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This Torah Mantel design is dedicated to tolerance and peace both.
The book of Proverbs [Mishly] contains this wonderful verse, which sums up the essence of the Torah ” Her ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace”. I’m using this verse in Hebrew.
Another ornament quotes in Hebrew “Peace on Israel”.The words “Shalom Al Israel” are repeated several times in the prayers.and express the tow meanings of Peace, the one between the 12 tribes of Israel and between Israel enemies.the words founded in archaeological findings in the ancient synagogue near Jericho.
I used two kinds of metal; Copper and Brass, and Linen.
These materials symbolize the hardness and stubbornness of the people of Israel,mixed with a great deal of compassion and clemency.
The motive of the twelve mountain-goats on the upper part of the mantel, is directly associated with the desert,where they became committed to the rules of the Torah.
This design wishes to express the national consensus regarding Jerusalem’s special significance over the generations.
In the Talmud it is mentioned that Jerusalem was not divided among the tribes of Israel,and was therefore suitable to be chosen as the capital city.The form of the crown is round,Attached to it are 12 olive tree branches in the shape of the Hebrew letter ”Shin” the first letter of Saddai[god] in Hebrew.This 12 branches symbolize the 12 tribes of Israel,and the pomegranates are symbolic of the tora,that is rich like a pomegranate.
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Jerusalem has seventy names, one of which is “The City of the Dove.” This design of Kiddush cup expresses the yearning of the Jewish people to see Jerusalem as a city of peace,
The Kiddush cup has an olive-wood handle with the dove on it. This handle, which holds the Kiddush cup, also holds Jerusalem and does not let go, neither from Jerusalem nor from peace until it comes.
The base of the Kiddush cup is decorated with words “May there be peace in your wall, tranquility in your palaces”.
Thillim ,( Psalms ),122,7
The Eternal Candle is a memorial to the candelabrum that was in the Temple and was constantly lit.
I dedicate the design of the Eternal Candle to a special and interesting archaeological finding found in the mosaic floor of the ancient synagogue near Jericho.
The mosaic is decorated with a menorah, sacred vessels, and the inscription “Shalom to Israel”.
The Menorah and the holy vessels represent the Temple that was destroyed.
And the words “peace over Israel” express the yearning for unity and peace between the tribes of Israel.
The Eternal Candle is adorned with a round olive tree with twelve doves.
The eternal candle is made of brass with patina and gold-plated brass.