- An iconic feature of the Israel Museum campus – and of the city of Jerusalem – the Shrine of the Book was designed in 1965 by architects Frederick Kiesler and Armand Bartos to house the Dead Sea Scrolls and ancient biblical manuscripts. Its striking structure is rich in symbolism – first and foremost its white dome, whose shape evokes the lidded jars in which the scrolls were found.A charming memento of the Museum, this trivet shows the Shrine in situ, emphasizing its clean lines and the beautiful way in which it blends in with its surroundings.SHOW MORE
Weight 550 g Dimensions 15 × 15 × 2 cm
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