Bet Aleph Meditative Synagogue Aron Kodesh

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Arti Wood Stains
 wood stain with brown and red coloring arti 486

Arti 486


Warm Brown
wood stain water based

Arti 1845

Brown dash of Mohangany

wood stain arti 1843 with lacquer

Arti 1843

Light Red-Brown

Cherrywood stain for wood arti
Arti 103

Mohagany Cherrywood

dark american walnut

Arti 110

Dark Walnut

Light Honey water based wood stain

Arti 1832

Light Honey

Synagogue Portable Aron Kodesh

This portable aron kodesh was custom made for the Bet Aleph Meditational Synagogue in Seattle, Washington, USA. Based upon the hanging aron kodesh theme, it was made for a portable space, easy to transport and placed upon a table for weekly use.   This ark was build from solid African Walnut with a two-tone finish and dovetail joinery.  The doors include inset copper plates. The Ner Tamid was made from copper to suit the design and house a candle which flickers off the texture of the metal, give a floating feel above the ark, while hanging from the back with thin stainless steel hook, which can be easily removed for storage.  The handles were custom made from solid copper to suit the design as well and beautifully compliment the piece. Please inquire for custom options for portable aronot kodesh to suit your needs.  
Custom Portable Mishkan Ark This Torah Ark has been custom built according to the needs, style, and budget of our client. Please contact us for information on how to design and produce  a torah ark to suit your congregation, either in a similar or different  style. At Synagogue Furniture we offer only the highest  grade  materials, finest craftsmanship and best service of any synagogue furniture makers anywhere.  We offer your choice of wood color, unique detail work in carving and glass. The price listed  approximates  for custom work in similar style, detail, and size. Simpler or similar available work may  be generously discounted, so be sure to contact us to discuss your needs.
Materials: Copper|Steel|Walnut

Synagogue Portable Aron Kodesh





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