Oil on canvas, signed H. Landau. The picture presents Torah learning at the Beit Midrash and a view of the village.
Europe, the beginning of the 20th century. New frame, the picture has gone through a professional canvas stretching.
Overall good condition.
Oil on panel. The painting shows Jewish motifs such as a Talit, prayer book etc. writing in the back of the frame with a stamp of the Hungarian culture office (export approval) and the name of the artist (Sala Jean 1869-1918).
Size including the frame: 57X70cm. slight damages to the frame. Overall good condition.
the beginning of the 20th century.
A music box in the shape of a Jewish man playing a harmonica, made out of wood, Germany the beginning of the 20th century. Hight: 36cm. Width: 13cm. overall
Probably working, no key
A rare carved ivory camel, the work of M. Murro, Bezalel, the beginning of the 20th century. The camel is marked in Hebrew 'Bezalel Jerusalem' and signed M. Murro. The camel is standing on a wooden base. There are fractures to the head and body (apparently made in the making).The camel is a unique and important artifact.
Hight: 19cm. Width: 18cm. overall weight: 321g. Overall good condition.
Moshe Murro (1888-1957) walked in the footsteps of Boris Schatz and Ze'ev Raban, taught and built the "Kamea" workshop in the school of Bezalel Jerusalem.