Product Description: Kudu – Silver Plated
Beyond the impressive sound of the kodu shofar, the silver decoration adds grandeur and splendor to it and is an impressive item to display in any home, office or as an elegant, unique and impressive gift. A Silver Plated Kudu shofar is not kosher.
Its impressive size, the powerful sound that is carried far and wide and the variety of sounds that can be produced are the outstanding characteristics of the Kudo shofar. If so, it’s no wonder that we meet the kodu shofar at meaningful events, music shows and religious ceremonies around the world.
The kudu is a species of antelope found in the southern parts of the African continent. Its horn can reach a length of about 150 cm and is impressive in size, color and sound. Yemenite Jews used to blow this horn, since kudu’s rams were easier to get than ram’s horns. This horn has a deep sound due to its large volume of air, and can produce different tones (usually 2-3 or more).