The Hebrew letter “tzadie” is depicted on the front of the box, extending from the bottom-right corner and branching upward. The round texture contained within the top of the tzadie resembles coins dropping into the box, or money flying up into the air like confetti. This points to the give-and-take nature of charitable acts: as we give to others, we ultimately all receive in good will. This piece may be customized with your logo, or it can be engraved as a special presentation gift. It also makes a powerful present for a Jewish wedding, Mother’s Day or Father’s Day.
Dimensions: 8" x 4.25" x 3.5"
About the Artist
Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Pope Francis, Aimee Golant is an interfaith advocate, a sixth generation metal artist, and a granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, originally from Los Angeles, California. Upon her graduation from San Francisco State University, she began her career as a metal artist creating Judaica and jewelry. She exhibits and sells her unique metal art internationally.