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    Sterling Silver Plated Yemenite Shofar - Jerusalem Design
    Sterling Silver Plated Yemenite Shofar - Jerusalem Design
    Sterling Silver Plated Yemenite Shofar - Jerusalem Design
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    Sterling Silver Plated Yemenite Shofar - Jerusalem Design

    n Impressive and Authentic Yemenite Shofar features beautiful silver-plated detailing, with "Jerusalem" text and city design. Each shofar is unique and may vary in color, texture, and finishing. Imported from Israel. Size: XL Length: Around 39 inch, 100 cm Hand made in Israel and individually checked for blemishes and imperfections before shipping. Kosher under the supervision of the chief rabbinate.

    The sound of the Shofar is magnificent! It doesn't even take over the soul, it breaks into your soul, inspires fear and trembling in the hearts of everybody who hears it. The Prophet asks: “Can a Shofar be blown in a city, and the people not tremble?" (Amos 3:6)

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    n Impressive and Authentic Yemenite Shofar features beautiful silver-plated detailing, with "Jerusalem" text and city design. Each shofar is unique and may vary in color, texture, and finishing. Imported from Israel. Size: XL Length: Around 39 inch, 100 cm Hand made in Israel and individually checked for blemishes and imperfections before shipping. Kosher under the supervision of the chief rabbinate.
    The sound of the Shofar is magnificent! It doesn't even take over the soul, it breaks into your soul, inspires fear and trembling in the hearts of everybody who hears it. The Prophet asks: “Can a Shofar be blown in a city, and the people not tremble?" (Amos 3:6)
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