Emily Rosenfeld has been designing and making her distinctive brand of jewelry and Judaica for 30 years. Using spare lines, representational shapes and traditional symbols, her cast metal pieces tell stories, that in turn let her customers tell their own story. Her designs draw on nature and traditional symbols interpreting them with a fresh aesthetic. Emily works from a light drenched studio, in an old mill building. overlooking the Mill River and the rolling hills of Western, Massachusetts. She is a mother and a maker whose work explores spirituality and joy which she hopes her pieces carries and inspires.
These mezuzot are contemporary interpretations of a traditional form and are made of hand cast pewter. Each comes with a paper scroll and brass screws. Approx. 4”– 5.5” length.