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Ani L'dodi Gold 50th Anniversary Mezuzah

Gift ID#: GRWM1G
Our Price: $159.95
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Artist: Gary Rosenthal
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Commemorate A 50 Year Golden Anniversary With This Beautiful Wedding Glass Mezuzah. The Top Of The Mezuzah Is Elegantly Embossed In Gold And Says: "I Am My Beloved's And My Beloved Is Mine" In English And In Hebrew. The Mezuzah Is Made Of Brass And Copper With Clear Glass On Top.

Gold Shards Of Glass Are Encased Inside To Represent The Glass Stepped On At The Wedding. The Mezuzah Is 6.5" Tall X 1.5" Wide.

To Make This Wedding Gift Even More Special You Can Select To Have The Bride And Groom's First Names And Wedding Date Screen Printed Directly Onto The Front Of The Glass. Personalization Will Take Approximately Two Weeks For Delivery.

A Kosher Scroll Is Not Included With This Case But Can Be Purchased Separately.

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Unique Gifts and Personal Service 07/16/2015
By Paul Nielander
Not being Jewish, we needed some help buying anniversary gifts for our son and daughter in law and our daughter in law's parents. The Mezuzahs we picked are unique and beautiful and we have never seen them elsewhere.

We called and got the owner before normal work hours and she explained everything and followed through with timely delivery.

Overall a great experience.
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Wedding Glass FAQ

Crushed Wedding Glass Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Glass Vessel?
A Glass Vessel Is What The Groom Steps On At The End Of The Jewish Wedding Ceremony. Everyone Then Shouts "Mazel Tov!" There Are Several Other Names This Glass Can Be Called; Groom's Glass, Chuppah Glass, Smash Glass, Crush Glass.
What Do I Do With The Glass Vessel Once It Is Broken At The Wedding?
This Wedding Glass Keepsake Is Designed So That You Can Open It And Carefully Place The Broken Glass Inside. We Highly Recommend That You Use Tweezers And Not Your Hands. If The Glass Pieces You Have Are Too Large To Fit In The Keepsake You Can Carefully Hammer Them Into Smaller Pieces.
What Do I Do With The Extra Glass That Does Not Fit In The Keepsake?
The Wedding Glass Keepsakes Come In All Shapes And Sizes And Hold Different Amounts Of Glass. Depending On The Size Of The Glass Vessel That Was Stepped On You Will Usually Have Additional Glass Left Over. You Can Keep It In Its Pouch As An Additional Wedding Memento. You Can Save It For Your First (Or Any Other) Anniversary And Make A New Wedding Glass Keepsake Gift To Add To Your Collection. The Possibilities Are Endless.
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