Copper in a mixture with tin, and the inside is covered in wood. The shape is that of an ancient dowry box, and on it are wonderful inscriptions. The front has the verse: “Kol Sason v’Kol Simcha, Kol Chatan v’Kol Kala.” There is a locking mechanism. Height: 5cm. Length: 12cm. Width: 7cm. Generally very good condition.
Copper in a mixture with tin, and the inside is covered in wood. The shape is that of an ancient dowry box, and on it are wonderful inscriptions in Arabic. There is a locking mechanism. Height: 5cm. Length: 17cm. Width: 7cm. Generally very good condition.
Rare wine, a limited edition of 12,900 bottles, kosher. The Israeli wine website “Drinking” describes the wine before us thusly: “Vintage 88 – the eldest in the group, nutty, honey, I identify Botrytis (noble rot), caramel, raisins, and dried apricots. Something in the smell and taste is reminiscent of aged rum. The acidity long since faded, and there is a great deal of sweetness and a little charm in the wine, and it has clear signs of aging. Revealing the label dropped people’s jaws – including mine. Once, when they had just begun to plant the seeds of the wine industry as we know it today, the wineries of the Golan decided that if there vineyards had become infested with Botrytis, they would make wine from it – and the rest is history. Yarden Sauvignon Blanc 1988, it is a huge honor to taste a landmark in the history of Israeli wine.” | Given in a matching wooden box.
Perfect violin, especially strong notes, with all of the different pieces and the bow. String holders were replaced. The bow’s hairs need to be replaced. Includes a matching case covered in velvet to safeguard the contents. Generally very good condition.
Includes a Kiddush cup, 6 smaller cups, and something that divides wine poured into the top into 6 streams in a kind of fountain. Each of the little cups is attached to the plate via matching depressions to keep them stable. Made of silver 925, with engraving, embossing, and cutting work. The main cup has a different pattern than the others. Height: 22cm, diameter: 24cm. Total weight: 678g. Generally good condition.
Kiddush cups made of silver, decorating with various different engraving work, one has a dedication by the Admor of Spinka. Stamped. Europe (Russia, Austria), Israel. Total weight: 204g. Different sizes and conditions, generally good.
Kiddush cup, with delicate engraving work of shapes and plants. On one side is a dedication, and on the other are the initials W.J. It is possible that the cup was given as a gift to the gaon Rabbi Yisrael Welz (1887-1974), Av Beit Din in Budapest until the Shoah, and then a teacher in Jerusalem. Known as the “Divrei Yisrael” for his book of shot. Height: 8cm. Weight: 51g. Generally very good condition.
Edges of the cup open outward, and on it is a delicate engraving of shapes and flowers. The verse: “Remember the Shabbat and sanctify it.” Stamped with an unidentified stamp. Height: 9cm. Weight: 112g. Generally very good condition.
Made with hammer and welding work by a Jewish shop in Iraq. At the top of the handle is a holder in the shape of a rooster. Stamps in Arabic. The cup’s height: 4cm. Diameter: 8cm. Diameter of the plate: 10cm. Total weight: 140g. Generally very good condition.
Silver 925 stamped and signed by an artist. Decorated by the Italian artist with nice, delicate engraving work. The lip of the cup has the blessing “boreh pri hagafen”. Both the cup and the plate are stabilized by three spherical legs. Two slight knocks on the cup. Size of the cup: 8.5cm high, diameter 8.5cm. Diameter of the plate: 11cm. Total weight: 151g. Generally good condition.
Pretty Kiddush cup made of stamped silver. Widens at it rises, is decorated with floral relief. The upper portion has an engraving of the verse: “Kos Yeshuot Esah.” Augsberg, Germany. Height: 9cm. Weight: 103g. Generally very good condition.
1. Kiddush cup made of stamped silver, decorated with filigree work.
2. Two old pipes for smoking cigarettes made of silver with beautiful filigree work. Rare.
Different sizes and conditions (generally good), total weight: 103g.
Decorated with engraving done by a professional hand, very good-looking. A farmer with his dog in a forest surrounded by trees and plants, with a deer in their midst. Height: 19.5cm. Diameter: 9.5cm. Good condition.
Stamped silver (difficult to identify the stamp), with delicate filigree work. The tower has three levels. The first level (rectangular) has a door to put spices inside, with the original clasp. The second level is smaller but also rectangular. The third is in the shape of a cone. At the top is a flag with shapes embossed. Height: 17cm. Max width: 3cm. Weight: 74g. Generally very good condition.
Bottom is decorated with a column on legs, above it is a crafted column, upon which is a large house with a window for smelling and a base with four bells (one is missing). At the top of the house is a steeple, with a bird on top. Height: 33cm. Weight: 207g. Generally good condition.
Shaped like a samovar. The housing is on a base, and at the top is a tower in the shape of a flower with holes for smelling. On both sides are handles. Height: 24cm. Weight: 211g. Generally very good condition.
In the shape of a fish, made by hand by an artist with cutting and hammer work. Signatures of the artist and more. The body of the fish is made to mimic fish scales. The eyes have gemstones, with an opening for putting the spices in the fish’s mouth. The upper portion has a knife-like fin. Max length and width: 15x5cm. Weight: ??? Generally very good condition.
Made of stamped silver , with engraving, cutting, and welding work. Designed in the shape of a ball on four arms. At the top is an additional, smaller ball. On top of which, inside a frame of leaves, is an eagle spreading its wings. Floral pattern on the all sides. Height: 25cm. Diameter: 8cm. Weight: 295g. Generally very good condition.
Made in two parts. Decorated with relief work of leaves and flowers. The body of the tower is connected via chains to four silver chimes, and at the top is a flag. Silver stamped NA999. Height: 27cm. Weight: 200g. Generally good condition.
In the shape of a globe standing on the hunched backs of three Jews, with beards and sidelocks and wearing kippot (symbolizing the three pillars of the world: Torah, Avodah, and Gemilut Chassadim). On top of the ball are seven holes for smelling, in the shape of stars (symbolizing the seven heavenly bodies). Stamped 84, with an additional unidentified stamp. Weight: 80g. Generally good condition.
Box for besamim made in the shape of a flower. On an elliptical silver surface, there is a decoration done with relief work of plants and flowers, connected to a sprout with leaves, at the top of which a pomegranate opens to put spices inside. Wonderful engraving and cutting work. Size: 18x13cm. Weight: 290g. Generally good condition.
Decorated with burning work of vines and grapes in the Betzalel style. At the bottom is the relief inscription: “Boreh Minei Besamim.” Height: 15cm. Weight: 51g. Slight defects. Generally good condition.
Container for applying perfume, in the shape of a pear, with relief work of flowers. Stands on a short leg in the shape of five petals. The lid of the vessel, which contains the hose, is screwed onto the top of the vessel, and from it leave three large leaves that cover the vessel (upon which are doves). At the top of the hose is an additional dove. Height: 18cm. Diameter: 7cm. Total weight: 158g. Generally very good condition.