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‘If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem’ Wall Hanging

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Description

Embroidered with the finest threads of Israel, this wall hanging is a constant reminder of the sanctity of Jerusalem. Shaped like a shield, a symbol for the role the Holy City plays in defending the nation of Israel, the bottom is designed with an Old City of Jerusalem motif. The wall hanging is designed using raw silk which is appliqued and attached with embroidery. The fringes are made from glass and metal beads and the art may be hung from the attached string.

Dimensions: 10″X6″

About the Artist
In his Jerusalem-based studio, artisan Yair Emanuel, a graduate of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, creates various Judaica products employing a fusion of traditional motifs and ancient Jewish manuscripts with modern and oriental art. Vivid and harmonious colors as well as a mixture of the old and the new, characterize Emanuel’s work. Emanuel devises and crafts utilizing a wide variety of techniques, including hand embroidery, painting on wood, painting on silk and an assortment of metal creations. His unique pieces are truly one of a kind.

In the Bible

If I forget thee, O Yerushalayim, let my right hand forget her cunning.
--PSALMS 137:5

The city of Jerusalem, indeed the entire Land of Israel, should be held so dear to everyone to the extent that if a person were to forget or consider the holy city unimportant, we say 'May my right hand forget' its skill. This is to say that losing conscious awareness of Jerusalem's sanctity deserves serious consequences. Remember Jerusalem with this beautiful wall hanging.

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Reviews

  1. Evelyn Hotchkiss

    I love listening to Hebrew Music….especially Du Du Fisher

    • adolf chodorowski

      I cant stop cry hear this song SHOLOM my heart is with Jerusalem

  2. Wayne Pettit (verified owner)

    A captivating song by Dudu; an eye catching banner by Yair. Delightful colors and appears 3D. Wish it were bigger! I have placed it strategically. Every time I take up my guitar to sing the songs of Zion it is before me. It is the last thing I see when I retire and the first when I awake. May we never forget Jerusalem, the most important city in the world.

  3. Jacqueline Balodis

    Well crafted. Will purchase one for a friend on her birthday

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