Quality Ram's Horn and Yemenite Shofars
You can rest assured that any Shofar bought on our site is of the highest quality, gives off superior sound, handmade in the Holy Land to meet all the kosher standards.
Let us give you a glimpse of how your orders are filled. Enormous sacks of Shofars fill our warehouse, sorted into Yemenite, Ramís Horn and Gemsbok, then into subcategories of polished, natural and half half. We pick each one per order specifications, taking into account special requests. Each one is blown before shipping, ensuring that you will equally be able to blow and enjoy this special, meaningful piece.
Only then we move it to our packaging department.
Here are the three basic Shofar Categories:
Used in High Holy Day prayer services, evoking Heavenly mercy as it reminds God of the readiness of Abraham to sacrifice his son during the Binding of Isaac, and the ensuing sacrifice of the ram instead. Blown during the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai, the ultimate blast will be when the Mashiach will come.
Yemenite Kudu Shofar
Used for generations by Yemenite Jews, now popular world wide, this horn made from the Greater African Kudu, a large striped antelope has long, powerful spirals and a wider variety of notes.
Made from the horn of the Southern African Oryx, Oryx Gazella, the Gemsbok Shofar is straight with tight spirals and can reach over 85 cm in length. It is odor free and unique.