Arks for Synagogues

Styles for the Aron Kodesh range from traditional European designs, such as the synagogue ark doors at the Plainview Jewish Center, to the bold contemporary, award-winning ark at Oheb Shalom. Often a Tree of Life representing Torah is used as the design element. Other Judaic themes may include the Ten Commandments, a burning bush, Hebrew quote, or a design of your choosing. We use either or a combination of satin-finished brass, bronze, brass-coated copper, and/or pure copper to hammer relief designs into the configuration of the ark doors. In addition, we can enhance the design by providing melted or traditional stained glass accents.

Boca Raton, FL
Welded brass on copper 10’h x 6’ w'
Ark Doors: YI of Northbrook, IL
Copper & brass, 80"h x 36"w
Aron Kodesh YI of Northbrook, IL
Aron Wood, stone, brass & copper
Ark Doors: Oheb Shalom, Baltimore, MD
Welded bronze, 14"h x 14'w
Ark Doors: Plainview Jewish Center, Plainview, NY
Copper & brass, 80"h x 36"w
Movable Ark: Morningside House, Bronx, NY
White oak, cherry & brass, 90”h x 40”w
Portable Ark: disassembles for travel, Chevra Kadisha of Great Neck, NY
Cherry and brass, 74"h x 24”
Portable Ark: disassembles for travel, Chevra Kadisha of Great Neck, NY
Cherry and brass, 74"h x 24”
New Ark: Temple Beth El, Salinas, CA
Bronze, glass and cherry, 10'h x 10'w
New Ark: Temple Beth El, Salinas, CA
Bronze, glass and cherry, 10'h x 10'w
New Ark: Temple Beth El, Salinas, CA
Bronze, glass and cherry, 10'h x 10'w
New Ark: Temple Beth El, Salinas, CA
10'h x 10'w