Glass bottle with an embossed inscription: “for Pesach.” Height: 30cm, includes a handsome silver cap (in the shape of an ancient coin) which has an embossed inscription: “Yayin Yismach Levav Enosh.” Diameter: 5cm. Good condition. From a private collection.
Porcelain dish for the Seder night’s salt water, in the shape of an egg. 1910 approximately. Various colors, signed at the bottom with the stamp of the artist and the product number. Sits on three legs, with colorful drawings and writing in Yiddish, Hebrew, and English. There is a drawing of an egg on a blue plate and a crown, with the writing in Yiddish: Salz Wasser (salt water). There is an open haggadah with the inscription in Hebrew “Ma Nishtanah,” and in English is written, “Seder Salt Water.” Decorated with karpas in a number of places. Includes a matching spoon. Height: 16cm. Length of the spoon: 19cm. Good condition.
On top of the ring is a building, with five turrets on its roof. The ring is decorated with floral patterns, engraving around the ring says Mazal Tov. It opens, inside is a Shadai of enamel work. The ring is stamped 750 and signed by the artist. Height: 4cm, diameter: 2.4cm. Weight: 15g. Excellent condition. Origin: Private collection.
At the top of the ring is a building with a gabled roof, on either side of it on the ring are Stars of David. The ring opens up into a vial (seemingly for besamim spices). Stamped 84 and the artist, M.A. Height: 6cm, Diameter: 2.3cm. Weight: 43g. Good condition, from a private collection.
Made of 13 silver pennies from the years 1780-1781. Length: 59cm. Thickness: 3.5cm. Weight: 220g. Seems to be for a bride. One chain is disconnected. Ok condition, seems to be from North Afrika in the 19th century.
Carved case in the shape of a book library. On the cover is an illustration of birds and the inscription: “If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, may my right hand forget its cunning.” Height: 10cm. Length: 16cm. Width: 11cm. Good condition.
At the top is a crown, in the center are lions holding the two tablets, the face of the clock has engraving of Hebrew letters and the Star of David in the center. Two pillars that symbolize Yachin and Boaz. Made of brass, casting work on a wooden base. The mechanism is hand-wound. Height: 22cm. From a private collection.
Metal clock made of casting work with Hebrew lettering and the 12 tribes around the clock face. Height: 22cm. Mechanical mechanism. Includes a working alarm clock. Good condition. From a private collection.
Large bowl made of low-grade silver that stands on a base. Casting work, embossing and engraving done by an artist. Around the upper portion of the bowl is an inscription of a blessing from the Sheva Brachot (the seventh). Under the inscription are wonderful embossings from the Torah (Pharaoh’s daughter taking Moshe from the Nile, Moshe casting his rod out in front of the magicians, and more). In the center of the base is a Star of David and the inscription “Zion.” At the bottom is an inscription of the Twelve Tribes. Height: 32cm. Diameter: 31cm. Weight: 2028g. Good condition. From a private collection.
Metal plate, Damask work decorating with engravings and embossings made of silver. Around the plate is an inscription from Chapter 12 of Exodus. Diameter: 34.5cm. Good condition, from a private collection.
Metal plate, Damask work decorating with engravings and embossings made of silver of scenes from Solomon’s court. Around the plate is an inscription from Kings I, chapter 3. Diameter: 34.5cm, good condition, from a private collection.
decorated with engraving of date palms and a silver inscription: “Tzaddik like a date will flower.” At the bottom are inscriptions in Arabic and the date 1917. Excellent condition. The item was brought from a private collection. Height: 28cm.
A common segula among Jewish communities and nicknamed among the Ashkenazim “Apeshprechen.” It originated with the Ben Ish Hai, who writes in his chiddushim on Masechet Brachot “therefore a reprieve for the man who’s root is in the Evil Eye is via lead.” Mainly designed to release fears, bad dreams, and more.
1. Box with a cover, decorated with engravings of the Kotel and in the middle an inscription of Jerusalem. 2. Small bowl, ashtray decorated with engravings of the Kotel and written around it “From Jerusalem stone the Holy City.” Good condition, the item is being sold from a private collection. The ashtray: 3cm. The besamim holder: 13cm.
Hammer work, enamel, forging, and gilding. Decorated with plants and flowers. Around the goblet are figures of a man, woman, and child. Writing from later with a pasuk from the Torah. Stamps: Augsburg; artist unidentified, 2 additional stamps from the Austrian Empire. 1. 1806/7, Bruno Breun from the Napoleonic period, paid tax. 2. 1810-24, Bruno Breun, after the Napoleonic Period, paid tax. Height: 24cm. Weight: 285g. Underwent a repair in the screwing of the bottom to the cup at a later period. Generally very good condition
Origin: Private collection.
Copy of the silver cup from Nuremberg, with hammer work of plants and flowers. Around the cup is the inscription: “Remember the sanctity of the Sabbath.” Height: 13cm. Weight: 211g. Good condition, brought to sale from a private collection.
Silver cup made from casting and engraving work, with decorations of flowers; follows the shape of famous cups from Germany in the 18th century. Around the goblet is the copy of an inscription: “Remember the Shabbat day 1761.” Height: 13cm, weight: 147g. Good condition.