Mizrach (East) is perhaps the most common type of Jewish papercut found in the European Diaspora. It is the direction of Jerusalem , towards which European Jews prayed. < p>
This richly decorated papercut presents at its center the Menorah of the Temple in Jerusalem . The Herbew words on the right and left of the Menorah are the acronym of the word Mizrach: Mitzad Zeh Ruach Chaim meaning From This direction comes the Spirit Of Life. Size 15 X 22". Each papercut is an artpiece and is delivered with a top and bottom layer of Perspex , which is a hard acrylic transparent cover front and back and suitable for hanging easily and weatherproof for outdoors and indoors. Made in Israel with love.