Frann Addison

Repair the World Tzedakah (charity) Box

Artist bio: I enjoy seeing the potential in found objects and antique elements. Combining my metalsmithing skills with my artistic vision, I often transform these components into unique pieces of Jewish ritual objects. My work acknowledges the past, yet offers new and unusual forms which satisfy the demands of religious requirements. Through hand forming, piercing, soldering and/or riveting, I create my one-of-a-kind and limited edition ceremonial pieces.

My Judaica has been featured in 10 books, The NY Times, The Boston Globe, Moment Magazine, Handmade Business Magazine, calendars and greeting cards. I am a NICHE Award winner for fine craft, and the runner up for Handmade Business Magazine’s “Entrepreneur of the Year Award”.

I am honored to have my Judaica in the permanent collections of the American Museum of Jewish History in Philadelphia, the Bernard Museum of Judaica of Temple Emanu-El, New York, the Mizel Museum in Denver, and the Oregon Jewish Museum in Portland.


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Materials: High polished pewter, brass, painted tin

Dimensions: 5 !/2"H X 4"W X 2 3/4"D

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$695.00

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Artist bio: I enjoy seeing the potential in found objects and antique elements. Combining my metalsmithing skills with my artistic vision, I often transform these components into unique pieces of Jewish ritual objects. My work acknowledges the past, yet offers new and unusual forms which satisfy the demands of religious requirements. Through hand forming, piercing, soldering and/or riveting, I create my one-of-a-kind and limited edition ceremonial pieces.

My Judaica has been featured in 10 books, The NY Times, The Boston Globe, Moment Magazine, Handmade Business Magazine, calendars and greeting cards. I am a NICHE Award winner for fine craft, and the runner up for Handmade Business Magazine’s “Entrepreneur of the Year Award”.

I am honored to have my Judaica in the permanent collections of the American Museum of Jewish History in Philadelphia, the Bernard Museum of Judaica of Temple Emanu-El, New York, the Mizel Museum in Denver, and the Oregon Jewish Museum in Portland.

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