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Judaica products, products related in one way or another to Jewish culture, are sold in various forms to the general public. How we choose a mezuzah case
As stated, we will first examine what can fit into the design of the building, what can fit into the design of the entrance to the building, whether it is according to the lintels or whether it is according to the door installed in place. We will choose the mezuzah case that suits us according to the size we are looking for. Usually, the size is similar, standard, but we can find larger mezuzah cases, in some cases, they are also wider. Needless to say, we can find simple, modest mezuzah cases, and on the other hand, we can find very ostentatious mezuzah cases. They may be in dark colors but they will still include gilded elements and other elements that will make them much more noticeable. Before concluding we will emphasize, we do not have to install the same mezuzah cases anywhere in the building. In the entrance doors, we can install mezuzah houses of one type, while in the other rooms we can install mezuzah houses much more modest, much simpler. Along with gold jewelry, silver jewelry is considered to be the most popular jewelry. Similar to gold jewelry, here too the design style of the jewelry can be divided into several groups. Among other things, we can find regular jewelry, jewelry designed to order as well as silver jewelry related to Jewish art, such as Judaica. Judaica-style silver jewelry means a connection of the present to the past, a connection to Jewish tradition and culture. We can find a wide variety of jewelry which can suit everyone. Starting with necklaces, bracelets, pendants, rings, and more, it is silver jewelry with religious and cultural significance, so in many cases, they will also be passed down from generation to generation, so we can find jewelry that has been used for several generations and expresses faith and longing for the Holy Land of previous generations. Today you can find newer Judaica jewelry, in terms of style and design, jewelry that connects the past to the present. Throughout the ages, the signs of the menorah, the Star of David, and the tallit have been the central and distinct sign of the recognition of Judaism. (I have great excitement when I think of the tradition passed down from father to son and thus preserved our Judaism.) The choice of these symbols and the colors blue and light blue was clear and obvious to me in order to express the connection and pass it on to the next generation.