The Torah declares that the shofar (ram’s horn) should be sounded on Rosh Hashanah as a means of awakening Jews to reflect on past deeds and to promote personal growth in the coming year. It is a mitzvah which recalls the sounding of the shofar at Mt. Sinai when the Torah was given, and the Jewish people became a nation.
Our shofars are handcrafted in Israel. All are certified kosher. Listed sizes are approximate measurements from tip to tip. Coloration and shape vary naturally.
This makes a meaningful gift for both Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah.
Seasonal item - please allow extra time for delivery if ordered after Yom Kippur.
Here is a list of quality of the Shofars:
Grade (A+) - Best quality, clear, smooth sound, easiest to blow 15"17" long
Grade (A-) - Very good quality, clear smooth sound, easy to blow 15"-17" long
Grade (A) Good quality, less easy to blow 14"-16" long
Grade (B) - Decent quality, not so easy to blow 13"-14" long
Grade (C) - Not so good quality, difficult to blow 11" - 13" long
Grade (D) - Least quality, Hardest to blow 7"- 9" long
For those who are beginners, add on the book Teka BeShofar from Avrohom Reit. This book will instruct you in the art of blowing the shofar correctly.
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