David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors)

David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors)

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WJ-DF-PB-INITIALS

Brand: David Fisher

Availability: In stock
$149.00
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David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors)
David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors) David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors) David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors) David Fisher Laser-Cut Paper Welcome Wall Hanging With Priestly Blessing and Initials (Variety of Colors)

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Laser-Cut Paper

Paper Size: 14.6" x 11.8" / 37.1 cm X 30 cm

Cutting Size: 9.46" X 6.67" / 24 cm X 17 cm

Make your house into a home with this beautiful paper cutting from Israeli artist David Fisher. Made using the latest in laser-cut technology, this wall hanging is bordered by an elaborate floral design with the Hebrew words of the Priestly blessing (Numbers 6:24-26), "Yevarechecha Hashem VeYishmarecha, Yaer Hashem Panav Eilecha ViChuneka, Yisa Hashem Panav Eilecha VeYasem Lecha Shalom" ("May Hashem Bless and Guard You, May Hashem Make His Face Shine Unto You and be Gracious to You and May Hashem Lift Up His Face Unto You and Give You Peace") set in the center. Above the blessing is an intricate depiction of Jerusalem along with Hebrew greeting "Bruchim HaBaim" ("Welcome"). At the bottom of this piece are two vases that can be inscribed with your initials, in either Hebrew or English. A beautiful work of art, this wall hanging will make an amazing housewarming gift that will be cherished for many years to come.

Available in two different color options.

Please note: This piece is not framed but is available framed for an additional price. 

A native of Jerusalem, David Fisher has resurrected the traditional Jewish art of paper cutting with a modern touch by utilizing the latest in laser-cutting technology. His works of art draw inspiration from all facets of Jewish life, including the Bible, the prayer book, synagogues and ancient symbols.

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