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Why should you purchase this item? Because it’s beautifully made and it can be passed from generation to generation. Made from natural Kudu and polished to perfection so it will ensure a deep sound every time it’s played, the traditional Jewish Shofar is an instrument like never before seen. Some of the amazing features of this product: The traditional Shofar produces a deep, beautiful sound that will offer a special feeling to any ceremony It can be used for any ceremony, including the Musaf prayer on Rosh Hashanah, the end of Yom Kippur, and every weekday morning in the month of Elul It is made from 100% natural Kudu, ensuring the deep and clear sound The Jewish Shofar is handmade by Jewish, specialized craftsmen that employ an ancient technique The angelical instrument is polished and sterilized It is made with a unique cleaning and finishing process that had been developed for hundreds of years to achieve the perfect feel and sound It can be passed from generation to generation, being produced with a technique that has been kept for thousands of years The pack includes: One Kudu Shofar Anointing oil for the horn’s maintenance A brush with a thin handle for cleaning the Shofar ADD TO CART NOW and rediscover the ancient Jewish ceremonies!
MADE TRADITIONALLY: All our Jewish shofar horns are made in Israel by experienced and craftspeople that have learned the secret of the creation process of this majestic Kudu instrument that will create a unique feeling to any ceremony.
TIMELESS: Our horn gift Israel kosher shofar is made from real kudu horns. It has been perfectly polished and sterilized, becoming a timeless piece that evangelicals can use during the most important ceremonies.
SPECIAL ACCESSORIES: In order to make sure the natural shofar horn will maintain the deep sound and polished shape, we have also included Anointing oil and a brush with a thin handle that will help you clean and take care of the Jewish sofar.
FOR SPECIAL CELEBRATIONS: The mystical Israeli horn instrument produces a deep, clear sound that offers sanctity to any Jewish ceremony: the Musaf prayer on Rosh Hashanah, the end of Yom Kippur, or daily celebrations in the month of Elul.