Mezuzah Cases

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What is a Mezuzah Case?

The Mezuzah case is the container holding the holy handwritten Mezuzah parchment scroll. It is often decorative and artistic, honoring the sacred Mezuzah parchment inside.

Choice of Mezuzah Cases

Enjoy scrolling through the huge choice of Mezuzah cases at Canaan-Online, finding one that suits your taste and budget. There are a variety of materials, styles, and color themes - designer Mezuzah cases together with a selection of stylish low-cost Mezuzah cases.

Low-Cost Mezuzah Cases

The classic style Mezuzah cases are made of wood or aluminum and come in a variety of color shades. Some are plain, decorated only with the letter “shin.” Others are embellished with traditional Jewish symbols such as the Star of David, the Breast Plate, Menorah, Home Blessings, and of course the ever-popular images of Jerusalem.

Designer Mezuzah Cases

You will also find a choice of Mezuzah cases from Israel’s popular Judaica artists: the delicate pomegranate themes of Dorit Judaica, Adi Sidler’s minimalistic designs, colorful Oriental themes from Ester Shahaf, elaborate designs of Yealat Chen and the uniquely prestigious Mezuzah cases of Agayof and Laura Cowan. There are also stunning designs for children’s rooms Mezuzah cases.

In this category, we have also included a selection of car Mezuzahs. These do not contain parchment and have no holy character. They simply draw attention to the importance of praying for Heavenly protection on car journeys.

You will also find parchment scrolls written in Sephardic and Ashkenazi style of writing - an apt reminder that a Mezuzah scroll only has value when the valid parchment scroll is inside.

A Canaan-Online Mezuzah Case

Whether you take a classic or contemporary design, a Canaan-Online Mezuzah case will bring a modern but traditional touch to your home and a touch of colorful glamor, to uplift you and your family.

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