Hanging Aron Kodesh Synagogue Ark Stained Glass Doors


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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

This elegant Aron Kodesh is made from Cherrywood and naturally finished African Walnut, all solid wood with dovetail joinery. Recently purchased by the world famous Y in Manhattan, NY. The stained glass is inlayed into the doors to represent the ten commandments in magnificent light and hand blown lighting has been fixed from the inside of the ark. A lock and key have been mortised into the doors. The ark box holding the torahs rests within the joinery by its weight alone and is easily lifted for transportation without hardware. The rest of the ark can be disassembled with two simple brass bolts hidden within the bottom box. The design for this portable option was inspired by the descriptions of the Mishkan the Jewish people carried through the desert bearing the ten  commandments.
Stained Glass Doors Aron Kodesh Although this Torah Ark has sold, other  custom aron kodesh can be 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 with stained glass doors to suit your congregation, either in a similar or different  style.  Our stained glass artist is one of the most reknowned in Israel.  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.  

  • Materials: Brass|Cherrywood|Stained Glass|Walnut
  • Size to fit 2 to 3 Sifrei Torahs. Inner chamber approx. 32" x 42"

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