Ethipian Chief grogger N.0008

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Master woodworker Eddie Jacob creates exquisite Jewish ceremonial objects, using unusual and exotic woods. One of his creative designs is this whimsical grogger—Purim noisemaker, used during the reading of the Scroll of Esther.

This unique, amusing and magnificently carved grogger has been exhibited in a non-Jewish art gallery on Madison Avenue, so great is its design and art value. Judaica connoisseurs take note: originally intending to make 360 pieces, Jacob stopped when he reached 100—exhausted by the huge amount of work necessary to produce each piece. Height: 43 / 33 cm

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