Yemenite Shofar - Polished African Kudo Horn with Velvet Bag


Product Overview

The Shofar is a familiar symbol of the Jewish New Year.

This long Shofar is made in Israel by the Ribak Family, among the earliest residents of Tel Aviv. They brought their trade from Poland over 70 years ago, and continue to make the finest Shofars in Israel.

Fashioned from an African Kudo's Horn, this long Shofar is traditionally used by the Yemenite Jews. The Shofar is polished and has no blemishes or imperfections. 

The shofar includes a velvet bag. 

The actual item may vary from the picture because of the variances in nature! 

Available in 2 sizes:
Medium: From 24" to 27" (61cm to 69 cm)
Large: From 27.5" to 31" (70cm to 79cm)

Leviticus 23:24: 'Speak unto the children of Israel, saying: In the seventh month, in the first day of the month, shall be a solemn rest unto you, a memorial proclaimed with the blast of horns, a holy convocation.' Translation from the Jewish Publication Society