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Eternal Flame Bimah (seen from rear). This piece of synagogue furniture was hand sculpted in solid teak. The deeply scalloped contours add a dramatic uplifting sweep to the Bimah.

Eternal Flame Bimah (seen from rear). This piece of synagogue furniture was hand sculpted in solid teak. The deeply scalloped contours add a dramatic uplifting sweep to the Bimah.

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Mantova (Ark, today in Malha Mall Synagogue, Jerusalem)

Thoughts of a woman from Jerusalem

Chalom Shin -  Dreaming of Shin - Judaica Jewish Hebrew Art Signed Print by Adam Rhine

Chalom Shin - Dreaming of Shin - Judaica Jewish Hebrew Art Signed Print by Adam Rhine

Cantor's Podium hand sculpted in solid teak. This piece of synagogue furniture is adorned with flowing carved motifs that represent the parting of the Red Sea.

Cantor's Podium hand sculpted in solid teak. This piece of synagogue furniture is adorned with flowing carved motifs that represent the parting of the Red Sea.

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“Ten Commandments” Synagogue Bimah in Bubinga. This synagogue furniture piece was designed and created for the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Herziliya Pituach, Israel.

“Ten Commandments” Synagogue Bimah in Bubinga. This synagogue furniture piece was designed and created for the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Herziliya Pituach, Israel.

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Synagogue Torah Ark Door or Aron Kodesh, Bimahs - David Klass

Every Synagogue has an Ark Door also known as Aron Kodesh or Bimah. David Klass designed the award winning Ark Door at Ohem Sholm.

~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ Stained glass in the Temple synagogue

Stained glass in the Tempel synagogue By: Paweł & Grażyna Hachaj hasidim synagogue called Tempel in Krakow

Synagogue Torah Ark Door or Aron Kodesh, Bimahs | Synagogue Art of David Klass

Synagogue Torah Ark Door or Aron Kodesh, Bimahs - David Klass

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