Jewish New Year Horn

Posted on September 14, 2014 by Larry Silverman | 1 comment

This September and October, Jews around the world will celebrate the New Year of 5775. The High Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah (New Year) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) are ushered in and out by mighty blasts of the ram’s horn, known as the shofar. The blasts of the shofar were first heard on Mount Sinai as Moses received the Ten Commandments from on High. And from that days thousands of years ago to this day, Jews have sounded the shofar to commemorate great spiritual occasions. We are pleased this year to offer a real shofar from Israel (for $145).

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This is our way of wishing all our customers and friends the traditional New Year’s greeting:

L’Shanah Tovah Tikatavu

May You be Inscribed for a Good Year.

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Dio
Dio

December 20, 2015

I glued endcaps on some meromy wire, and I’m waiting for them to be dry enough to start. The tube says it takes 24 hours to set but how long before they’re dry enough to hold any sort of load? Do I have to wait until tomorrow?By the way, it’s Aleene’s Platinum Bond Glass Bead glue.I’ve never worked with bead cement before, so any and all help is appreciated! Thanks!

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