A product of the HaTzorfim company, made of 925 ‘Sterling” silver, with relief, engraving, and welding work. The cover opens and closes on an axis. The box stands on four fashioned legs. The inside is gilded. Weight: 480g. Generally very good condition.
Sterling silver Citron box. The cover opens and closes on an axis. The center of the cover has a very nice handle for opening. The box stands on four fashioned legs. The inside is gilded. Weight: 446g. Generally very good condition.
Stamped 800. Relief and engraving work with wonderful floral figures. The cover opens and closes on an axis, and at the top of the cover is a pretty handle in the shape of two intertwining vines. The box stands on four fashioned legs. Weight: 232g. Generally very good condition.
Stamped 835. Decorated with relief, hammer wok, and enamel. On the cover is a relief of an citron and the engraved inscription: “And you shall take a Pri Etz Hadar.” (Hebrew). Around the box is exacting, wonderful work of plants, fruit, and flowers. The box stands on four stylized legs with relief work of leaves and flowers. Height: 9cm. Length: 14cm. Width: 10cm. Weight: 382g. Generally very good condition.
Stamped 925 sterling, with relief, engraving, and welding work. The cover opens and closes on an axis. The box stands on four designed legs. The inside is gilded. Weight: 290g. Generally very good condition.
With hammer work, the cover opens and closes on an axis. In the center of the cover is a pretty handle for opening. The box stands on four designed legs. The inside is gilded. Weight: 414g. Generally very good condition.
Stamped silver 925, it rests on one leg, with the cover twisting off. On the box are decorations made with filigree work in floral shapes, and gemstones in red and blue are inlaid. Inscription on the upper crown: “Pri Etz Hadar Kapot Tmarim.” Knocks. Height: 21cm. Main diameter: 10cm. Weight: 265g.
Carved wood with wonderful shapes of plants, winged animals, and grape clusters. On each of the four sides is a plaque made of beautiful ivory, carved into motifs from the holiday of sukkot. On the cover is a carving of ivory of the whole sukkah. Length: 18cm. Width: 15cm. Height: 16cm. Generally very good condition.
Cast iron, in the center is an engraving of “Hevrat Rochtzim.” Perforated lid (for putting coins inside), connected by an axis, with a tab for locking and a handle for carrying. The Hevrat Rochtzim are part of the Hevra Kadisha, their job is to wash the dead, every organ separately according to a special order, while saying verses from the Song of Songs. Height: 11cm, diameter: 8cm. Generally very good condition.
For collecting money for food, clothing, and children of the Metivta Tiferet Yerushalayim yeshiva – one of the oldest yeshivot in New York, led by Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. Bears inscriptions in Yiddish and England. Knocks. Height: 9cm. Generally ok to good condition.
Made of wood in the shape of a Star of David. Cover closes according to an interesting mechanism composed of a puzzle. Inside the box is a pair of miniature tefillin, without straps. The content inside the boxes was not checked. Length of the segments: 12cm. Good condition.
Special box for tefillin, made of metal. With the letters A.B. in the center of the cover, with handle. The cover is connected to the box on two axes (one is broken), and opens with a special button. The box stands on three legs. Length of the segments: 13cm. Generally good condition.
Most closed, not sold as kosher! In addition are 5 large boxes without the parshiyot inside. Two fabric covers for tefillin from the beginning of the 20th century. Different periods, sizes, and conditions.
Nusach Ashkenaz, Hebrew with German translation on facing pages. At the end are halachot. By Rav Dr. Stern. Double-sided opening. Gilded page cuttings. Binding made of carved ivory, with relief of vines, in the center are the tablets of the Ten Commandments. Remains of iron clasps. Crack throughout the length of the spine and the rear binding. , 437, , 145 pages. 18x12cm.
Prieres d’un Coeur Israelite, with titles in Hebrew. Gilded page cuttings. Ivory binding, with a monogram engraved plaque in the middle. Pair of ivory clasps for closing. Given in a matching case. 15.5x10cm. 14; , 710 pages.
Tukkun HaSofer v’Koreh – Five Books of Torah for those reading from the Torah. Redelheim, 1866. Bound in leather binding covered in silver, cutting work with wonderful floral patterns, made by an artist. In the center of the front binding is a delicate engraving of flowers, with the letters “R,Y,D,A”. In the center of the rear is an engraving of the letters in German. 17x12.5cm. Generally good condition.