These extraordinary verses in the book of Proverbs (Chapter 31, verses 11-31) were written by king Solomon and form a hymn of admiration for the qualities of the Jewish woman.
The verses opening letters are arranged by the order of the Hebrew alphabet. The chapter describes the ideal woman whose beauty is both on the surface and deep within. The true beauty resides in the actions of kindness to fellow men and women and worship of G-od.
chapter. In the 16th century, during the days of the Kabbalah scholars in the city of Zfat, there began a new custom of singing the pslam to the wife and mother of the house on Shabbat evening. The song expresses admiration and respect both for the woman and for the holy Shabbat.
The piece is shaped as a mandalla, hinting the Jewish tradition sees women as a symbol of nature, harmony and the circle of life.
The frame seen is an illustration and can be ordered in gold, black or white colors.
Category: Calligraphy, quality copy.
Materials: Print on canvas, parchment or art paper. Many ancient tunes have been composed for this