Ceremonial Objects

For some, Jewish ceremonial objects are an indispensable part of life’s rituals, serving to elevate the meaning of an event to a higher spiritual plane.  Others simply admire their beauty, craftsmanship, and historical significance.

Tzedakah box by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ
Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ
Welded bronze, 18”h
Tzedakah box by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ
Burning Bush Sculpture by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Northern Hills Synagogue, Cincinnati, OH
Burning Bush: Northern Hills Synagogue, Cincinnati, OH
Welded brass, bronze and copper, 5’h
Burning Bush Sculpture by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Northern Hills Synagogue, Cincinnati, OH
Shabbat Candlesticks by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ
Shabbat Candlesticks: Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ
Welded bronze, 14”h
Shabbat Candlesticks by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Beth Haverim Shir Shalom, Mahwah, NJ
Shaare Shalom Synagogue, Great Neck, NY
Engraved acrylic, mahogany, brass, 76”h x 52”w
Torah Holder by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Plainview Jewish Center, Plainview, NY
Torah Holder: Plainview Jewish Center, Plainview, NY
Oak, brass trim
Torah Holder by David Klass of Synagogue Art: Plainview Jewish Center, Plainview, NY
Tzedakah box by David Klass of Synagogue Art:
Private collection
Welded brass, 6”h
Tzedakah box by David Klass of Synagogue Art:
Tzedakah box by David Klass of Synagogue Art: David’s Harp, Ramat Shalom Synagogue, Plantation,FL
Tzedakah Box: David’s Harp, Ramat Shalom Synagogue, Plantation,FL
Maple and bronze, 18”h x 13”w
Tzedakah box by David Klass of Synagogue Art: David’s Harp, Ramat Shalom Synagogue, Plantation,FL