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Yad - translucent aqua

Yad - translucent aqua


A pointer is typically used during the public reading of the Torah, since Jewish tradition prohibits touching the scroll containing the holy scriptures with a bare finger. This is to show respect for the scroll and to prevent the readers from spoiling the parchment by touching it with their fingers. The pointer is called a 'Yad' which means 'hand'.


Length 5.75"

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