The World Famous Mezuzah. Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 11:13-21Calfskin vellum 76x94 cm cased in a 110 cm container. Torah scroll black ink, Turkey quill, black lacquer ink. 2004
The Priestly Blessing (original)Red eastern parchment, Torah scroll ink, turkey quill, 24x49 cm, 2008.
Mezuzah and a penSilver case, parchment – calves-skin, turkey feather, black Torah scroll ink, 24x4 см, 2008
Мezuzah official photoThe interior of the world’s largest Kosher Mezuzah is written by A. Borschevsky and registered in the Guinness World Records book of in 2004.
Author reprint, 38.5x29 cm, 2004
The World Famous Mezuzah Parchment. Unfolded. Author reprint.Facsimile edition 1:1
The original: Calfskin vellum, turkey quill, black lacquer ink, 76x94 cm, 2004
Avraham Borshevsky was born in 1970 in Korosten, Ukraine, and grew up in Leningrad (now St.Petersburg) Russia. He received his artistic education from the Department of Architecture of the Leningrad Civil Engineering Institute. Mr. Borshevsky became an expert in Judaic sacred texts and a master of canonic Hebrew calligraphy at Jerusalemite Shvut Ami Yeshiva.
Complying with the Halakhic law, he creatively extends the Jewish ceremonial art tradition. Mr. Borshevsky has devoted himself to creating original parchment manuscripts on the basis of sacred Hebrew Scriptures from the immense three-thousand three-hundred-year-old spiritual heritage of the Jewish people.
Avraham Borshevsky′s illuminated manuscripts have been displayed at exhibitions in Jerusalem (Israel), Moscow (Russia), Boca Raton (Florida, USA) and Bratislava (Slovakia).
In 2004, Mr. Borshevsky wrote the unique Mezuzah parchment, recognized as a masterpiece of Hebrew sacred calligraphy. Due to its giant dimensions, this kosher Mezuzah was documented by the Guinness World Records and made the master world-famous.
Avraham Borshevsky permanently lives and works in Jerusalem. He makes a living as a freelance Hebrew scribe and Judaic artist. The master′s works have been used as prestigious custom-designed gifts and are located in twenty-sixcountries around the world.
His personal Internet site: www.borshevsky.com