Yeminite shofars are beautiful kosher shofars and are quite distinctive. Made from kudu horns from southern Africa, they are longer than ram’s horn shofars and typically have a gentle twist to the body. Yemenite Jews have a tradition of blowing these types of shofars since kudu’s horns were easier to acquire than ram’s.
Avi Mishaan’s Yemenite Kudu Shofar is a beautiful natural shofar that makes a range of rich sounds you’ll enjoy hearing all year, not just during the holidays. The natural shofar is polished with a clean natural finish.
A shofar is a meaningful way to bring Jewish tradition and a touch of the Holy Land into your home. They also make thoughtful gifts for family and loved ones.
You will enjoy using your Ram’s Horn shofar to make a beautiful noise and for displaying in your home during the year.
Avi’s Kudu shofar has been meticulously cleaned while maintaining the natural original horn texture. Following cleaning and preparation of the shofar, it is hand polished, giving the exterior a lovely luster.
It is a one-of-a-kind shofar, each horn varies slightly in color and finish, and as it is painted by hand, no two are identical.
- 100% Kosher
- Kudu horn
- No fissures
Yemenite Kudu Shofar
Avi Mishan is part of a multigenerational family business that was established in 1936 to make and sell Judaica.
The Mishan family has a deep connection with the Holy Land and are particularly proud to be able to make and supply products intended to awaken the souls of their customers.
The family have a love for all people in the world and are proud to be able to supply everyone with a unique made-in-Israel Judaica that will help to deepen their connection with the land of Israel and strengthen their spiritual practice and connection to God.
While the Mishans are known for their specialty of making shofarot (plural of shofar in Hebrew) they also make other unique items such mezuzot (plural of mezuzah in Hebrew) and curate a collection of soul-inspiring jewelry and Judaica items. All of Avi’s jewelry is recognized for being more than just something pretty to wear, but is also symbolic and designed to connect the wearer to the land of Israel and awaken their spiritual connection to the divine.