About us

Have you always wanted to have a memorial to the Beit Hamikdash in your home?

Here you can create an authentic and original memorial in your home.

Who are we

Our team is comprised of three brothers. My brothers and I were born and raised in Petach Tikvah and grew up with a grandfather who was a sculptor and grandmothers who were painters. As such in addition to our education in art and achievement, art is a passion that flows in our blood.

From a young age I would go to my grandfathers workshop and experience his artistry. Consequently, I joined him in designing cultural art exhibits in city hall and have been engaged in similar activities for over a decade.

From my childhood I have carried with me a love of the Torah and Eretz Yisrael, and as a religious jew the world of Torah is an inseparable part of my life and identity. Thus I have been blessed to be able to pour my values into my work, a marriage of torah and art.

It is my wish to thank G-d for the gifts He has given me and for the opportunity to add something of value to the world. I pray that the Beit Hamikdash will be rebuilt in our time.

Sincerely Elchay.

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How does it work?

We at Im Eshkachech design a memorial square that won't let you forget Jerusalem, by engraving very precise art work in the plaster of your wall.

Armed with precision instruments, patience and a lot of skill we chisel the wall and reach the layer of plaster.
In this way we create bold captions in a wide array of fonts making impressive pieces of art crowned with
ornamental frames.
We also provide an array of protruding letters embossed on iron, glass covers to preserve the artwork and will color the piece upon request.
With dozens of applications and designs throughout Israel under our belt we invite you to browse our designs,
to choose your personal design and set an appointment.

"To keep in mind that we are still not there, not amended yet, we still don't have Jerusalem…"
Emily Amrusi
Writer and journalist