One of the main traditions of the Sabbath night is “Eshet Chail”. As the men return from their Synagogue prayers, it is customary for them to greet the mother of the family with Shabbat Shalom”, followed by the song of "Eshet Chail". It is a song that shows great respect and appreciation for the women of our lives. This is the special blessing for "Eshet Chail" and it’s written on a metal plate-like scroll, slightly rolled at its ends. It is framed in a blackened, mahogany wood. This piece can be hung or stood on a flat surface; the size is 6/8 inches.