Sterling silver Mezuzah handmade are made to store the leather parchment with the biblical prayers to protect the house habitants.
Mezuzah: (Lit. “doorpost”): A small parchment scroll upon which the Hebrew words of the Shema are handwritten by a scribe. Mezuzah scrolls are rolled up and affixed to the doorposts of Jewish homes, designating the home as Jewish . As a result, it is reminding those who live there of their connection to G‑d and their heritage. The decorative case containing the mezuzah scroll is just that: a mere container. What’s important is the scroll, upon which the first two sections of the Shema are handwritten. The eternal words “Hear o Israel, the L‑rd is our G‑d, the L‑rd is One. These selections both contain G‑d’s instruction to affix the mezuzah: “You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.” First the mezuzah should be hung on the right side of the door, on the top third of the doorway right.