That's how the Artist, Ms. Anna Kronick, who resides in Western Massachusetts explains her exquisite art:
Traditionally hang on the eastern wall of the synagogue, Mizrah points to Jerusalem and Israel, direction in which Jewish people face while praying. It is an Ashkenazi symbol similar to Sephardi Shevitti.
I have designed this papercut around letter Mem, the first letter in a Mizrah. This hand embellished artwork will make a great addition to your home decor and a special present to your Temple or a rabbi.
This artwork is also popular as a housewarming gift.
Available in a number of colors.
Name and Date could be added to customize it even more.
Size 10''x 8''
Mated, unframed $129.00
Framed $ 169