This beautiful stained glass tzedakah (charity) box is handmade by Chaim Peretz in his workshop in Nachlaot, Jerusalem, Israel. Each piece is unique, completely handcrafted and 100% kosher.
This piece is inspired by the worldwide headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement located at 770 Eastern Parkway (the number of a street address) in the neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, referred to as "770" by Lubavitchers who deem the number to have great mystical significance.
770 stands as a beacon of Torah & hope to thousands of Chabad Chassidim worldwide and the architecture of this building has been recreated dozens of times around the world as a symbol of the eternal connection & reminder of the relationship which exists between a 'Chasid' and the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory.
This is a beautiful gift for any home, office, synagogue or for anyone who appreciates fine stained glass work.
5 x 5 x 3 inches.
Chaim Peretz applies over twenty years of artistic skill to create unique and elegant stained glass and sterling silver Judaica pieces. Chaim works in the old Jerusalem neighborhood of Nachlaot, established in 1885. You can see pictures of Chaim and his studio below.
Chaim is a graduate of the College of Stained Glass and Silver of Jerusalem. He has been commissioned to produce stained glass masterpieces for many of the most prestigious synagogues in Israel. including the synagogues in Ramat Eshkol, Armon Hanetziv, Har Nof and Elkana.
He has also created numerous stained glass pieces for private homes, in addition to a line of fine Judaica you can have for your home.
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