Kli Judaica explores the origin of ancient Jewish symbols through religious objects designed for the contemporary home. By connecting historical artifacts and narratives to present-day practices, Kli products are intended to nurture a cultural dialogue about the role of religion in the family and society. Translated literally, kli is the Hebrew word for vessel, though it also holds romantic and biblical connotations. As a series, Kli objects collectively embrace the evolution of Jewish traditions that have shifted over time.
“It’s not very often you see a mezuzah that stops you in your tracks. But Tamara Connolly has done just that with the striking Paschal mezuzah, part of her Kli “neo-ancient Judaica” collection.”
— Tablet Magazine
“... our favorite is this Paschal mezuzah... inspired by the blood smeared on the doorposts of Jewish homes the night before the final plague. It’s creative, smart, and kind of dark…”