Zion Hadad

KING DAVID'S HARP Megillah case

An artistic masterpiece, this replica of King David's harp is made by hand from sterling silver which is plated by 24 karat gold. What makes the piece truly unique is its ability to be used as a holder of traditional scrolls and texts, such as the Books of Ruth or Esther. Perfect as a gift for someone special or as the missing piece to any collection of Judaica. Made in Israel.

The Megillah of Shir Hashirim (Song of Songs) is included.


  • Height: 33 cm

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About This Artist


Zion is one of Israel’s top silver designers and producers with decades of experience in the field. Zion’s gallery offers familiar silver Judaica items such as menorahs, Kiddush cups, mezuzahs, and much more.

Zion began working with silver over 45 years ago as a young boy in his father’s silver mending shop. Zion went on to establish the Hadad Brothers Silver and Judaica Store in the 1980s. Fifteen years ago, Zion branched out on his own to create a boutique gallery that focuses on creating personalized items for his customers from around the world.

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