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Urso Mezuzah Sterling Silver & Blue Enamel Rollerball Pen - Limited Edition
Urso Limited Edition Mezuzah Rollerball Pen: Handmade in Sterling Silver and Blue Enamel.

Urso Mezuzah Sterling Silver & Blue Enamel Rollerball Pen - Limited Edition

$4,000.00
Limited edition of 300 rollerball pens celebrating the Mezuzah in the Jewish religion.
Item Number: 7041039
Availability: In Stock / Special Order
Gender: Unisex
Category: 982
Color Pattern: Silver/Blue
Material: Sterling Silver/Enamel

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Urso Mezuzah Rollerball Pen - Sterling Silver & Blue Enamel
Limited Edition of 300

Mezuzah, jamb (door), plural ( mezuzot ) is a Jewish ritual object, consisting of a container which holds a parchment (Klaf) on which are drawn up the steps of the Torah. The Klaf, as mentioned above, is in parchment and in the case of strict observance it must be written with non-metallic pens, in ornate Hebrew characters, and should be checked periodically  and corrected or replaced if discolored or damaged.
 
The mezuzah is placed on the door jamb, to the right as determined those entering from the outside, and about two thirds of the height of the door itself, and in any case within reach of the hand. It should not be placed on the doors of the only transit or on the doors of the rooms in which you reside (kitchen, bathroom, closet, basement, sometimes also placed at the entrance to the kitchen, and if there is inhabited or spend long periods of use, also from the revenue of gardens and terraces).
 
It is customary that those who enter the house with your fingers touch the mezuzah and kiss the fingers themselves, as a sign of respect for the Torah which contains steps.

On top of cap is represented with the star of David Kippah:
Kippah: It is the headgear currently used by observant Jewish males inside the places of worship by observant Jews to cover the head as a sign of respect for God.

Star of David: It is also called the Seal of Solomon, is the six-pointed star contained in the flag of the state of Israel.

The shape of the star is a hexagram, which is a six-pointed star formed from two equilateral triangles, a symbol known since the Bronze Age.

Meanings on the cap:
Shin: Unique among all the world's alphabets, the Hebrew brings together a series of profound and unrivaled teachings enclosed in the triad: form, name and number.

1. Shape: Shin is the most harmonious and symmetrical letter, a symbol of balance and grace, the union of the Three in the One.
2. Name: Tooth
3. Number: Thirteenth Jewish Numerical Value (I therefore use a limited official numbering number of 300)
Tablets of the Laws: Draw on Mount Sinai to Moses.

In addition to the Shin are reproduced all the letters of the Hebrew alphabet with their meaning at the following link: http://www.dietroivelideltempio.com/DietroiVeli/doc/22Lett_ebr.htm

Barrel Cap
The Old City and its walls, considered UNESCO World Heritage Site, enclose less than a square kilometer of many places of great religious significance such as the Temple Mount, the Wailing Wall, the Holy Sepulcher, the history of Jerusalem Destroyed and reconstructed twice, and was besieged, conquered and regained on dozens of occasions.

Materials
Barrel: Silver 925 
Cap: Silver 925 
Rollerball: Refill Schmidt
Weight: 95 gr./ oz.3.05
Length: cm.13.00/inc.5.11
Diameter: cm.1,6/inc.0.63

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