The client asked me to repair his heirloom Antique Etz-Chaim Torah Rollers that were handed down to him by his father. I received the old worn handles that were at some point decorated with inlaid ivory bits, but through time and use many bits had gone missing. I came up with new design for these new Torah Rollers that would incorporate the old ivory. I called them King and Queen, because their sizes were slightly different, and they were regal.
The results speak for themselves.
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“Amy, We got the torah sewn back in Monday afternoon just in time for yom tov. I now feel like a pro in re-attaching a torah. It (the Etz-Chaim Torah Rollers, retored and remade by Etz-Ron – Handcrafted Wooden Judaica, Wood Art & Home Decor, and Handmade Jewelry)) looks absolutely beautiful. They fit the torah perfectly…they are amazing and I look forward to having my children and future grandchildren please gd have this torah …to use in their shul. The Ivory looks amazing whatever you did to it. I would highly recommend your work to anyone.” J.B., Boynton Beach, FL