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About Betaesh

Intrigued by Hebrew culture and language, we see how this chosen tribe has persevered through hardship, and how this refining process has made them strong.


It is their history and destiny, and that has become our story.

We embrace the identity of the Hebrew people and reflect our appreciation through the works presented. Betaesh invites you to join us in our quest.


A promise that remains through the ages.




This radiant side table is named BOAZ.NAOMI.RUTH, 
designed to reflect the hope-filled and inspiring story of this trio from tanakh.
Clan of Or, drifters, walked by a field.
It was during a season of harvest. Fruits, tree, green,
everything looks lovely, lively.
These two, a mother and a daughter, were laboring, toil
and sweat, under a dazzling sun.
The daughter collects all the leftover, and here at the horizon,
landlord stood there, witnessed all. Deeply touched and
impressed, by that silhouette, shadow. 
“Look up into the sky and count the stars if you can. 
That’s how many descendants you will have!” 
A promise that remains through the ages.
Or, a dazzling ray, being faithful, forevermore.


Nilly Mozer was born and raised in Tel Aviv, and is a designer whose work lies in a sphere where design and art overlap.

Her different artworks serve as a means to explore the boundaries of each of the two disciplines. Her artwork appears to hold the functionality and usability of everyday objects, yet often serves only the function of causing artistic reaction.

In each of her projects, Mozer explores materiality and functionality. The salient qualities embodied in her work are repetition and humor.


Nissim Porat is an industrial designer born and raised in Israel. He was trained in Industrial Design at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design from 1985-1989. Porat uses design to express the diversity and intrigue of his travels around the world, particularly of ancient symbols and conflicts in the Middle East.

Porat is a socialist, thus his designs are influenced by minimalism and symbolism. In terms of materials, he is a metal specialist. Porat helps us connect with his designs’ origins by bringing minimal change to their original materials.

As a result, we are highly aware of the materials used as we experience his designs - almost as if we were the creators, studying the possible uses of our raw resources.

The Tree

The Drifter, the Clan of Or, guided by a sign. 

The Presence, a symbol to encourage, to represent the ONE who is Shepherd, Provider, as Servant!

The Providence, a constant reminder of the existence and perseverance.Leading in wisdom, understanding, counsel, might, knowledge

In no other shadow, is the Drifter’s existence reminded and established.

In no other shadow, is the Clan of Or’s light, able to shine from them and through them.

All from the ONE!