Painted Shin Cases
Ben Peninah Cases
LeDOROT MEZUZAH CASESSilver Shin - Nickel Shin
Simple, Elegant, Protective: LeDOROT mezuzah cases with either 925 sterling silver
or nickel shin are all made in Jerusalem in HaSOFER's own shomer Shabbat factory.
For more details about the unique protective qualities of our LeDOROT mezuzah
cases scroll down to the bottom of this page.
Note that the height listed for all HaSOFER mezuzah cases is the size of the mezuzah parchment appropriate for
that mezuzah case. The overall height of the mezuzah case itself is slightly more than the measurement listed.
Ordering Instructions: Enter the quantity that you want of your desired style and
size of mezuzah cover and click on ADD TO CART. Continue to checkout. Klaf is not included. To order klaf please
go to our mezuzah parchment page.
Price: $20Height: 15 cm
Price: $18Height: 12 cm
Price: $18Height: 10 cm
Price: $15Height: 12 cm
All the clear acrylic and hardwood LeDOROT mezuzah cases on this page carry an artistic shin in either 925
sterling silver or nickel. They are specially treated to make them weather resistant, protecting your klaf and
actually extending its lifespan. The bottom closure of each case opens easily with a standard screwdriver. This
allows you to remove the klaf for regular checking without taking the mezuzah case off the door post.
The polymer walls of the LeDOROT clear acrylic mezuzah cases minimize heat transfer and the resulting
condensation which is very damaging to mezuzah klaf. The exclusive silicon seals on both ends of these cases provide
a water-tight barrier preventing entry of moisture from any external source.
LeDOROT hardwood mezuzah cases are made of specially treated weather resistant solid wood
to minimize damage by heat and moisture to the klaf inside. Injection molded screw threads and matched nylon
screw seal give added protection against damp. Each cover is truly unique due to
the natural variations found in the shade and grain of the wood. When the natural wood of these LeDOROT hardwood
mezuzah cases starts to look weathered, it means it's time to have the mezuzah klaf checked!
All the designs on this page have double-sided tape backing for mounting.
To learn more about the factors you should keep in mind as you choose your mezuzah case read our article
Purposes of Your Mezuzah Cover. To be sure you're putting your mezuzah up correctly read
Where and How to Mount Your Mezuzah.
You can print out for yourself the instruction sheets you'll find there in English, Hebrew and Russian.
If you have questions about mezuzah parchments or mezuzah cases, whether or not a particular
doorway requires a mezuzah, or for more information about where and how to mount your mezuzot
email us at mezuzot@HaSOFER.com.