Great for Succot tableware
Created in Redwork, Redwork/Applique combined and Applique with filled in colors
All fit into 4x4 frames
Price: $15.00 for all three versions
The Ushpizin are the seven hidden hosts who, according
to Jewish lore, visit each succah during the seven-day festival. This refers to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Aaron
and David. The origin of this visitation can be found in a verse of Zohar,
"When a person is seated in his succah, Abraham
and six distinguished visitors partake of his company."(Zohar 5:103b)
Each in turn ushers the others into the succah during
the subsequent days of the holiday.
The custom prescribes that every evening the attending
host be approached with a different request:
"May it be Your will, my G-d and the G-d of
our forefathers that the Divine presence rest upon us...I hereby invite our most valued hosts, Abraham...."