The Judaica - Jewish art - is imbued with spiritual and aesthetic values, following ancient traditions.
the Jewish Ethiopian community too creates unique products used on the Hebrew holidays and fests,
such as the Mezuzah - the parchment containing a prayer hanged on the door - with an embroidered cover,
and other embroidered clothes used for covering the Halah (the sacred Shabat-bread), the Mazah (the Passover-bread), the Tallit (the prayer-mantle), and others.
All those items are special gifts for every occasion, being richly and colourfully embroidered to decorate each table.
Published at: 01/09/2011 Mezuzah is a sacred piece of parchment hanged on door symbolizing the covenant between the resident in the apartment and God. The Almaz Mezuzah is made of Fairfax/Glass, with Ethiopian ethnic symbols