The Baba Sali Metal Portrait

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This framed artwork of the Baba Sali is rendered in laser cut stainless steel on a background of acrylic.

The metal portrait takes on the form of an attractive semi-abstract, modern painting where positive and negative spaces are well thought out and completely in balance.

Chacham Israel Abuhatzeira (רב ישראל אבוחצירא‎), known as the Baba Sali was a leading Moroccan Sephardic rabbi and kabbalist. He was renowned for his ability to work miracles through his prayers.

His portrait appears in many businesses as a segula for continued success and in every Sephardic shul as an icon for kedusha and so his zechut will protect those around him.

This is the perfect Jewish meaningful gift for your loved one on a special occasion.

The Baba Sali’s portrait can be engraved leillui nishmat a deceased person and given as a special donation to your shul or community.

This portrait is also a welcome present for a major donor to express your appreciation.

10% off set of 3 artworks — Coupon code SETOF3

Description

Chacham Israel Abuhatzeira, known as the Baba Sali, lived from 1889 to 1984.

He was a leading Moroccan Sephardic rabbi and kabbalist who was renowned for his ability to work miracles through his prayers.

Together with Rav Kaduri he was known as one of the leading Kabbalists in Israel

His burial place in Netivot, Israel has become a shrine for prayers and petitioners.

Many Jews hang the Baba Sali’s portrait in their business as a segula for their success.

His picture is a fixed feature in any Sephardic shul all over the world.

The Baba Salis portrait is a very special gift for your loved one or for your shul and can be engraved leilui nishmat a special person as a ner tamid and a zechut forever.

Additional information

Materials

Brushed Stainless Steel & Acrylic

Product Dimensions

18.2 x 18.2 x 1 inch (46.5 x 46.5 x 2.5 cm)

Product Weight

4.45 lb (2.02kg)

Dimensions

46 x 46cm (18" x 18"), 63 x 63cm (25" x 25")

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