Modern memorial designs of singular beauty evoke thousands of years of culture and tradition. Our experienced fabricate modern Yahrzeit Tablets in many mediums such as bronze, brass, aluminum, Corian®, glass and exotic woods. We will work closely with you to insure harmony of design within your synagogue.
Fused Glass Flame Kline Galland Foundation Seattle, WA
Cherry veneer columns accommodate 172 - 1 ¾” x 5” clear acrylic nameplates. Patented Automated LED’s lights are to the left of each name behind 1” cherry bars. A 34” flame logo is fabricated in fused glass. The flame is mounted to a pewter colored metal laminate. Individual satin brass letters title the columns and are mounted below the flame. The overall size is approximately 86” x 71”.
V columns Reform Temple of Rockland County Rockland NY
V shaped oak veneer columns, accommodate 2,500 - 1 1/2" x 5" satin brass nameplates.
The columns are approximately 19" wide x 68" high x 14" deep. The center of the design is a 68" x 21" oak veneer column accommodating 93 plates with a rectangular push button light.
May Their Memory be a Blessing Temple Beth Abraham Tarrytown, NY
Each recessed walnut Memorial Alcove accommodates 410 – 2” x 4 ½” x ¼” green tinted acrylic nameplates and 6 satin brass donor plates.
The center sections accommodates an acrylic plate with a printed poem and leaves. The ½” recessed frames are satin brass. During the Yahrzeit period a satin brass frame is placed around the nameplate.
Oxidized Flame and Letters Beth Sholom Fredericksburg VA
72 – 1 1/2" x 10” nameplates mounted to cherry wood laminated background.
An individual rectangular push button socket to the left of each name. A 33” x 30” cherry laminated board with a curved, cove molding top will accommodate 2” and 12” x 3/16” satin brass English and Hebrew letters and a multi-elevational flame.
Fabricated from the finest wood, meticulously crafted and finished by our artisans, this is truly an outstanding example of creativity and craftsmanship. The Menorah has been illustrated in the beautiful book The Jews in America.