Rabinowitz, Harold



Harold Rabinowitz is a silversmith and was a fellow at the Tobe Pascher workshop at the Jewish Museum in New York in the 1980s until it closed in 1993. He then taught in New York City public schools. He worked primarily on sanctuary designs including torah arks, altars, stained glass and torah ornaments. He work is in the collection of the Jewish Museum of New York and the North Carolina Museum of Arts.

Here are some photos of Harold and five of his mezuzahs