Borshevsky is a Jerusalem-based Torah scribe
and Judaica Artist who in 2004 scribed unique item, whose
size, beauty, and Halachic precision astonished
world-renowned experts in the field of Jewish scribal
This kosher Mezuzah parchment scroll measures 76 cm x
94 cm (30" x 34") and its Torah-script letters
are supremely precise and elegant;
its unique transparent case measures 110 cm (43")
in height. The Mezuzah conforms
to the highest standards of Jewish Scribal law.
This one-of-a-kind Mezuzah has listed in The
Guinness Book of Records 2009 as the largest Mezuzah
ever written in the world. The Mezuzah has gained worldwide
publicity leading to the sanctification of
God’s Name and international acclaim.
In 2008 Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Wosner of Bnei-Brak has ruled
that the Mezuzah can be used for doors of any height.
The Mezuzah was sold in 2009 and now is exhibited in the
Museum of Calligraphy in Moscow, Russia.
The Chief Military Rabbi of Russia Aharon
Gurevich bless the Contemporary
Museum of Calligraphy at the arriving of Mezuzah.