Handmade Mezuzahs

Mezuzahs have adorned the doorways of Jewish homes for centuries. A mezuzah (also spelled mezzuzah and mezuza) is the scroll that is held inside a mezuzah case. A kosher mezuzah is handwritten by a scribe and contains the words of Deuteronomy, versions 6:4-9 and 11:13-21. A mezuzah case protects the mezuzah and is a great source of creative artistry by talented craftspeople all over the world and through the centuries.

At Jewish Gift Place, you will find an extraordinary collection of mezuzahs from over a dozen artists who make unique mezuzahs for sale. A mezzuzah is a popular and meaningful gift year round and for any occasion. Below are some of the artists whose work is represented in our online mezuzah store. Learn more about the history of the mezuzah in the article What is a Mezuzah?

Gary Rosenthal has a mezuzah collection made from mixed metals and fused glass. He has special designs for his mezuzahs to celebrate life occasions such as a wedding, anniversary, new home, and Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. One of the most popular mezuzahs is Gary Rosenthal’s wedding mezuzah. It is meaningful to be given as an engagement gift or wedding gift. The couple places the broken glass from their wedding into the mezuzah case as a keepsake of their special day.

Emily Rosenfeld has a whimsical pewter mezzuzah collection that incorporates Emily’s drawings onto the mezuzah case. Her Noah’s Ark Mezuzah, her Mother, Father, Baby Mezuzah, her Couple Mezuzah, and Dove Mezuzah are the most popular in her collection.

Studio Roja has a beautiful collection of pewter mezuzahs with designs that are perfect for children, couples, and people who love the drawings of Jerusalem, pomegranates, and Jewish symbols.

Michal Golan makes ornate mezuzah cases covered in semi-precious stones, pearls, and Swarovski crystals. Michal Golan’s mezuzahs are in a class by themselves. Her most popular mezuzahs are the Crystal and Pacific Opal Mezuzah, the Amethyst and Garnet Mezuzah, and the Abalone, Lapis, Sodalite Mezuzah.

Nef Judaica makes mezuzahs from natural crystals such as citrine, amethyst, aquamarine, amazonite, and clear crystals. If you love crystals, you will love these mezuzahs.

Steven Cooper makes sterling silver mezuzahs with leaves, flowers, reeds and Jewish stars shaped out of silver.

Moshe Monzon, a 9th generation Israeli, hand paints his mezuzahs with brightly colored designs such as a hamsa, dove, pomegranate, and sailboats.

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