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Penina Babayoff and Ketzi‛a Reubenoff
Uzbekistan
1930s


A bride adorned with zarak sequin ornamentation
Reconstruction, made by Malka Yazdi, 1979



Young Jewish groom in his embroidered suit
Erfoud, Morocco



Jewish woman with breast-like fibula ornaments
Beni Sbih, Dra valley, Morocco



Women wearing the Têrf
Gabes, Tunisia
1950s


Woman from the Sus region wearing the mêhdor
Morocco
1940s


Married girl from Kl‛a el-Meguna
Southern Morocco
Mid-20th entury


Men wrapped in tallitot worn in Sana'a
Yemen
Early 20th century


Jew wearing the akhnif cape
Atlas mountains, Morocco
1940s


Men from the Slonim family wearing shtraymls
Hebron, Palestine
Early 20th century


Rabbi Ya’akov Meir
Jerusalem
Early 20th century


David and Rina Davidoff, after their betrothal dressed in Bukharan traditional festive attire
Jerusalem



A bride wearing a bindal dress after the wedding
Ruschuk (?), Turkey
Early 20th century


Ida Shentzer with her daughter
Austria
Interwar period (1919–1939)


Irma Lauer-Pojer
Vienna
ca. 1885


Little boy from the Yona family wearing a dress, as was the custom to ward off the evil eye
Carmagnola, Italy
ca. 1910


Giulia and Elsa Levi (both of whom later perished in the Holocaust)
Italy



Liana and Alda Morpurgo in their Bat-Mitzvah dresses
Genoa, Italy
1932–33


Two girls in traditional attire
Mashhad, Iran
Early 20th century


Eliyahu Bezalel
Afghanistan
ca. 1910


Bar-Mitzvah boy from the Toldos Aharon Hasidic court wearing adult clothing
Jerusalem



Children from Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Israel
1930s – 1940s


The Davidoff family
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Late 19th – early 20th century


Helene Saperstein holding a cone full of candy
Berlin
1933–34


Ruth Stern
Germany



Children in a synagogue
Cochin, India



Ester Talkar and her family
Bene Israel Community, Bombey, India
early 20th century


Rosie, Margit, and Arjie Fischer
Temesvár, Hungary (now Timişoara, Romania)



Group of children
Hungary
Early 20th century


Boy wearing an embroidered outfit in the style of Aqra, Iraqi Kurdistan
Aqra, Iraqi Kurdistan



Dvora Dinenson with her children
Druskininkai, Lithuania
1901–1902


A young girl from the Todra Valley
Tinerhir, Morocco



Two married women, the one on the left wearing a grun
Erfoud, Morocco



Judit Goldstein aged five
Bánovce, Slovakia



Lidya (Lidka) and Jozino Welwart
Bánovce, Slovakia



Rivka, Hannah, and Zvia Laufgas at a picnic in the forest of Vincenne
Paris



Hannah Krugman Kantor
Gothenburg, Sweden
1930s


Relatives of the Rosenthal family
Gothenburg, Sweden
1930s


Small Jewish girl with elaborate headgear and amuletic jewelry
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


Small Jewish boy dressed like a girl, as was the custom to ward off the evil eye
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


Jewish children in traditional Caucasian dress
Baku, Azerbaijan



A Jewish girl-bride with her mother Sus region
Southern Morocco
1930s


A group of rabbis at the entrance to the El Ghriba synagogue
Djerba, Tunisia
Early 20th century


Toledot Aharon hasidim in festive dress
Mea Shearim, Jerusalem



Ashkenazi Jew wrapped in a prayer shawl with shpanyer-work neckband
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century


Woman wearing a pearled swalf
Fez, Morocco
1930s


Woman from Ait Bouli with a coin diadem
Southern Morocco
1930s


Simha Yirmiyahu wearing a traditional dress from the Zakho region, Iraqi Kurdistan
Jerusalem
1950s


Women wearing the "Great Dress"
Rabbat, Morocco
1930s


Festive betrothal meal
Kabul, Afghanistan



Muse Serri (center) with his family, the women wearing the everyday gargūsh hood
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


Woman of Iraqi Kurdish origin wearing a tasseled kerchief
Moshav Eshbol, Israel



Rabbi Israel Turgeman (Hakham Ba'aziz) from Tiberias wearing a wide sash
Algeria
Early 20th century


Woman from Iran covered with a kerchief fastened under her chin (maghnah) and chador
Jerusalem



Woman wrapped in outer veil (worn outside the house)
Tafilalet, Morocco
1940s


Golda Rosenthal
Jerusalem



Yaffa de Botton-Molho in the traditional Salonika outfit
Salonika, Greece
Early 20th century


Studio portrait of a Jewish couple
Central Europe
Early 20th century


Woman dressed in festive wrap
Tripoli, Libya
Late 19th century


The Davidoff family
Bukharan quarter, Jerusalem



Mira and Pinchas Davidoff
Jerusalem



Children wearing sailor suits
Stockholm, Sweden
1920s


Aslan Abraham Fresco in official costume
Istanbul
Early 20th century


Wedding of Morris David Eichler and Jeannie Held
New York



Ida Shentzer
Austria
Interwar period (1919–1939)


Hasidic Jew in a Warsaw street
Poland
1930s (?)


The Arusi family
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


The Magnus family
Gothenburg, Sweden
1862–63


David and Rina Davidoff after their betrothal, wearing traditional Bukharan festive attire
Jerusalem



Bride dressed in a green sari, her finger smeared with henna paste
Bene Israel community, Lod, Israel



Bridegroom wrapped in a tallit during his wedding ceremony
Rome, Italy



Woman dressed as a Jewish bride
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


Bride and groom after the marriage ceremony
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


Woman in white mourning attire
Erfoud, Tafilalet region, Morocco
1940s


Bride and groom after the kiddushin ceremony
Zarnoga immigrant camp, Israel



Man wearing machine-embroidered suit and overcoat ('abayye) in the style of the Aqra region, Iraqi Kurdistan
Israel



The Osia family
Georgia
1880s


Jewish woman and girls in traditional costume
Algeria



Men in a courtyard celebrating a Shabbat Hatan (Bridegroom's Sabbath)
Herat, Afghanistan



Jewish bride in traditional costume
Iranian Kurdistan
Early 20th century


Bridal procession to the Pardesi Synagogue
Cochin, India



S. Ansky, J. Engel, and S. Yudovin (right to left)
Russia



Stera and Misha Cohen with their daughter Sarah Sirka
New York



Women from the Spinka court wearing a shterntikhl head covering at a family wedding
Jerusalem



The Ghrenassia family
Constantine, Algeria
ca. 1900


Rachel Henkin
Melbourne, Australia
27.09.1904


An old Jewish woman
Wohlin, Olyka, Ukraine
Early 20th century


The Osia family
Georgia
Late 19th century


Haya Sarah and Eliyahu Held
Hungary
ca. 1910


Three Jews
Crimea
Early 20th century(?)


Jewish woman in traditional daily wear
Erfoud, Tafilalet region, Morocco



Jewish couple
Gabès, Tunisia



Lulwi dress, a ceremonial dress worn after childbirth and as a burial shroud
Sana'a, Yemen
Late 19th century


“Tomb“ bracelets (gubur) to be worn by a woman after childbirth and for festive occasions
Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


Outfit for circumcision ceremony
Germany
1772


Elijah's Chair for a circumcision ceremony
Dermbach, Germany
Before 1768


Medallion for a firstborn son not redeemed at the proper time
Ioannina, Greece
1859


Torah ark curtain for Yom Kippur, incorporating bride’s skirt
Cochin, India
1912


Corner for the consummation of the marriage (gnune



Curtain with Tree-of-Life motif
Herat, Afghanistan
1960s


Sugar bowl (kase nabat)

Reconstructed according to the Afghani tradition, Jerusalem, 1997, by Esther Bezalel

Necklace (ogadéro)
Izmir, Turkey
Late 19th century


Bracelets (mania de ĉatón)
Izmir, Turkey
Late 19th century


Bridal set:
Cochin, India
20th century


Sivlonot belt
Germany
16th century (?)


Sivlonot belt
Germany
17th century


Sivlonot belt
Frankfurt, Germany



Huppah stone (Traustein)
Bingen, Germany
1700


Robe from a woman's set of shrouds
Tétouan, Morocco
ca. 1950


Cap from a woman's burial shroud set
Germany
Early 20th century


Burial society carriage
Szarvas, Hungary
19th century


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription, adorned with biblical scenes
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Early 18th century


Spicebox
Germany
Early 16th century


Bridal casket (cofanetto)
Northern Italy
Second half of the 15th century


The Prague Haggadah
Prague, Bohemia
1526
Printers: Gershom Solomon Kohen Katz and his brother Gronem Katz
Artist: Hayyim Shahor Schwartz (?)

The Mantua Haggadah
Mantua, Italy
1568
Printers: The Filipponi brothers, together with the Jewish printer Yosseph ben Yaakov

The Venice Haggadah
Venice, Italy
1609
Printers: Giovanni di Gara, together with the publisher and proofreader Israel ben Daniel ha-Zifroni

The Amsterdam Haggadah
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1695
Printers: Asher Anschel ben Eliezer Hazan and Issachar Baer ben Avraham Eliezer
Financed by Moshe ben Yoseph Wiesel
Illustrator: Avram bar Ya’aqov

Elijah’s Cup
Turin, Northern Italy
Mid-19th century
Silversmith: Pacifico Levi

Seder Plate from Pre-Expulsion Spain
Spain
ca. 1480


Omer calendar from the Portuguese Synagogue Tzedek ve-Shalom
Paramaribo, Suriname
Made in the Netherlands
19th century


Omer calendar from the Portuguese Synagogue Tzedek ve-Shalom
Paramaribo, Suriname
Made in the Netherlands
20th century


Sukkah
Fishach, Southern Germany
Second half of the 19th century


Painted Sukkah Boards
Szeged, Hungary
Late 19th or early 20th century


Painted Textiles for the Sukkah
Copenhagen, Denmark
Late 18th or early 19th century


Chairs for the Hatan Torah and Hatan Bereshit
The Cases Family Synagogue

Mantua, Italy
1770


Yom Kippur Service Held by Jewish Soldiers in the German Army
Germany
1870


Hanukkah lamp adorned with emblem of Prague Jewry and figures of Moses and Aaron
Prague, Bohemia
18th century


Early triangular Hanukkah lamp
Southern France or Spain
14th century


Hanukkah lamp made of tin intended for sardine cans
Mazagan, Morocco
ca. 1950
Maker: Meir Ben Ammi

Hanukkah lamp adorned with Temple Menorah
Tétouan, Morocco
Late 19th or early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with damascene technique
Ghardaia, Algeria
1933
Silversmith: Yacob Chekrone (1914–1979)

Hanukkah lamp modeled after ancient earthenware lamps
Djerba, Tunisia
ca. 18th century


Hanukkah lamp in early Sicilian triangular form
Sicily
Late 15th century


Hanukkah lamp with a depiction of the prophet Zechariah's vision
Rome, Italy
1810


Hanukkah lamp inscribed with the passage "We kindle these lights . . ."
Germany
1574


Hanukkah lamp inscribed with blessings, and adorned with warriors, lions, and bears
Leipzig, Germany
Early 18th century


Hanukkah lamp with High Priest kindling the Temple Menorah and Bar Kokhba coins
Jerusalem, Israel
1914-29
Sharar workshop, Bezalel

“Garden of Eden” Hanukkah lamp
Galicia, Poland
ca. 1800


The Tzedek ve-Shalom Synagogue
Paramaribo, Suriname
1736


Torah crown
Amsterdam
1679
Silversmith: Evert van Heerdan (active 1644–83)

Omer Calendar from the Portuguese Synagogue Tzedek ve-Shalom
Paramaribo, Suriname
Made in the Netherlands
19th–20th century


The Corcos Wrapper (mappah) for Torah
Rome, Italy
ca. 1728


Italian Torah Ornaments



Torah ark doors from the synagogue of Rabbi Moses Isserles (the Rema)
Kraków, Poland
Early 17th century
Artists: Zalman, Hayim, and Anya(?) Schnitzer and Welwel K.S.

Torah crown and finials
Aden, Southern Yemen
Second half of the 19th century


Tevah (reader's desk)
Sana'a, Yemen
18th century


Torah pointers
Derbent, Dagestan
1871


Torah shield
Shekhem (Nablus), Land of Israel
16th century (?)


Torah shield
Shekhem (Nablus), Land of Israel
16th century (?)


Torah shield
Shekhem (Nablus), Land of Israel
16th century (?)


Inscription from Torah ark in the Ben Ezra Synagogue
Fustat (Old Cairo), Egypt
13th century


Torah mantle and finials
Sefrou, Morocco



Moroccan woman’s outfit
Tafilalet region
First half of the 20th century


Tunisian man’s attire
Early 20th century


Hassidic Sabbath attire
Jerusalem
Late 20th century


Fringed garment (tallit katan)
Romania
First half of the 20th century


Glass for a burial society’s annual banquet
Prague, Bohemia
1713


Ba’al Shem Tov Hanukkah lamp with back plate modeled after elaborate Torah ark
Zhitomir, Ukraine
1860


Pappenheim set of Torah ornaments: finials, shield, and pointer
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
1904
Silversmith: Jacob Posen

Torah mantle
Rome, Italy
Early 18th century


“Great Dress” (berberisca or l-kêswa l-kbira)
Tétouan, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


The Yemenite woman after childbirth



Sword amulet inscribed with names of angels
Iran
19th century


Amulet for mother and newborn with image of Lilith in the center
Iran
19th century


Amulet
Turin, Italy
Mid-18th century


Amulet for mother and newborn with the names of Lilith and the three angels
Germany
19th century


Amulet for a new mother with depiction of the confrontation between Elijah and Lilith
Sulzbach (?), Germany
18th century


Amulet for mother and newborn with image of Lilith in the center
Iran
18th century


Salver for carrying the baby during the pidyon ha-ben (redemption of the firstborn) ceremony
Galicia
19th century


Bridal veil, also used for circumcision and pidyon ha-ben ceremonies
Georgia
Early 20th century


Circumcision set: flask for disinfectant powder and knife
Prague, Bohemia
1681


Circumcision knife with a representation of the Binding of Isaac
Italy
17th century


Double beaker for circumcision
Hall, Tirol, Austria
1827


Circumcision knives
Livorno (?), Italy
Mid-19th century


Pair of goblets for circumcision
Vienna, Austria
1707


Circumcision clamp
Iran
18th century


Box for circumcision implements with a depiction of a circumcision on the front
Germany
18th century


Torah binder (wimpel)
Germany
1777


Outfit with miniature prayer shawl (tallit) for baby's circumcision, as an added sign of Jewish identity
Istanbul, Turkey
Late 19th century


Dress for a girl's naming ceremony
USA
1980
Artist: Ita Aber, American, born Montreal 1932

Coins for the pidyon ha-ben (redemption of the firstborn) ceremony
Spain
1875, 1877, 1888, 1898


Pair of phylacteries (tefillin) cases
Central Europe
18th–19th century


Torah portion for phylacteries (tefillin)
Europe
19th century


Prayer shawl (tallit) and phylacteries (tefillin) case for Bar Mitzvah
Algiers, Algeria
Before 1939
Silversmith: Salomon Slama

Prayer shawl (tallit) bag for a boy (skara detzitzit)
Morocco
Early 20th century


Dress for a Bat Mitzvah ceremony
Rome, Italy
1964


Jewelry box for a bride
Algeria
19th century


Jewelry box with wedding scenes
New York
1958
Artist: Ilya Schor, born Poland, active in France and USA, 1904–1961

Jewelry box given as a gift to the bride
Nuremberg, Germany
Before 1540


Pendant
Poland
Late 19th century


Sabbath candlesticks
Lvov, Poland
18th century


Book cover for a prayer book, gift for a woman
Italy
15th century


Miniature Passover Haggadah
Vienna
1721
Scribe and illuminator: Meshullam Zimmel ben Moshe of Polna (Bohemia)

High Holidays prayer book and silver binding



Vanity set for a bride
Tripoli, Libya
Mid-20th century


Shoes for a bride
Fez, Morocco
1950s


Festive "great" leggings
Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


Slippers for a bride
Dagestan, Caucasus
First half of the 20th century


Pocket watch
Turkey
First half of the 20th century


Shtrayml hat for a Hasidic groom
Israel
1968


Clock
Germany (?)
Mid-18th century


Married woman's pendant (tali mala)
Parur, Cochin region, India
Mid-20th century


Four corners for a prayer shawl (tallit) and case, a gift for a groom
Herat, Afghanistan
Early 20th century


Esther scroll and silver case decorated with scences from the scroll story
Germany
19th century


Jewelry set
Posen, Germany (Poznan, Poland)
19th century


Dowry items according to the custom of Sephardi Jews in the Ottoman Empire
Turkey
19th–20th centuries


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Livorno, Italy
1746


Marriage contract (ketubbah), cut at its center following a divorce
Rome, Italy
1857


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Corfu, Greece
1819


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rotterdam, Netherlands
1648
Artist: Shalom Italia

Bukharan man's outfit
Late 19th – early 20th century


Bridal costume influenced by the European style
Baghdad, Iraq
1904


Wedding ring
Izmir, Turkey
1905


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Northern Italy (?)
15th century (?)


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Italy
17th century


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Italy
17th century


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Italy
18th century


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Austria
19th century (?)


Wedding ring
Europe
1910


Wedding rings (to be worn around the neck)
Ethiopia
Second half of the 20th century


Wedding ring
Cochin, India
Mid-20th century


“The Great Dress” (l-kesiwa l-kebira; berberisca)
Rabat (?), Morocco
Late 19th century


Set of woman’s burial shrouds



Goblet for the Burial Society banquet
Augsburg, Germany
ca. 1590


Burial society book including prayers, instructions for patients and their visitors, confession, and psalms
Mannheim, Germany
Dedicated 1804


Burial society plaque depicting the cleansing of the deceased
Northern Italy
1776


Mortuary comb
Moravia
1736


Alms box
Poland
Late 18th century


Alms box of women's burial society
Altona, Germany
1854


Alms box of society for visiting the sick
Reggio, Italy
1830


Sabbath and memorial lamp for a woman
Morocco
19th century


Sabbath and memorial lamp for a woman
Meknès, Morocco
19th century


Memorial lamp for a man
Morocco
Early 20th century


Memorial lamp for the synagogue
Syria
Dedicated 1904


Memorial lamp for the synagogue
Turkey



Memorial lamp for the synagogue
Izmir, Turkey
1917


Dedication plaque for a memorial lamp
Italy
1833


Dedication plaque for a memorial lamp
Italy
First half of the 19th century


Tombstone
Poland
1936


“Memento Mori“ paper cut
Germany or Poland
19th century


The Five Scrolls in multilingual micrography
Vienna, Austria
1748
Scribe and illuminator: Aaron Wolf Herlingen of Gewitsch, Moravia (ca. 1700–1757)

The Erna Michael Haggadah
Southern Germany or Bohemia (?)
1400–20
Unidentified scribe

Mūsā Nāma (The Book of Moses) by Mulana Shāhīn Shirazi
Tabriz, Persia
1686
Scribe: Nehemiah ben Amshal of Tabriz

The Nuremberg Mahzor (Prayer book, according to Eastern Ashkenazi rite)
South Germany
1331
Scribes: Mattanyah; Jacob

First Nuremberg Haggadah
South Germany
ca. 1449
Scribe and illustrator: Joel ben Simeon (active ca. 1449–87)

The Birds’ Head Haggadah
South Germany
ca. 1300
Scribe: Menahem

The Regensburg Pentateuch
Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
ca. 1300
Scribes: David ben Shabetai; Baruch
Masorates: Jacob ben Meir and three others, unidentified

The De Castro Pentateuch
Germany
1344
Scribe: Netanel [ben] Daniel (?)
Masorator: Levi ben David Ha-Levi

The Sassoon Haggadah
Spain or Southern France
ca. 1320
Unidentified scribe

Spanish Bible with Masorah
Soria, Castile, Spain
13th century (before 1287)
Unidentified scribe

Mishneh Torah (Books 7 to 14) by Maimonides
Northern Italy
ca. 1457-65
Scribe: Nehemia

The Rothschild Miscellany
Veneto, Northern Italy
ca. 1460–80
Unidentified scribe

Bag for eiruv bread
Central Europe
18th century


Cooking pot
Frankfurt am Main (?), Germany
1708


Sabbath stone pot (madhaleh)
Sa'dah, Yemen
19th–20th century


Sabbath stone pot (madhaleh)
Sa'dah, Yemen
19th–20th century


Hanging Sabbath lamp
Netherlands
18th century


Hanging Sabbath lamp (Judenstern)
Germany
18th century


Hanging Sabbath lamp
Italy
18th century


Hanging Sabbath lamp
London, England
1813
Silversmith: Samuel Hennell

Hanging Sabbath lamp (Judenstern)
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
1739
Silversmiths: Georg Wilhelm Schedel, 1698–1762 (lamp)
and Johann Valentin Schüler, 1650–1720 (drip pan)

Hanging Sabbath lamp (Judenstern)
Germany
18th century


Hanging Sabbath lamp
Netherlands
18th century


Pair of candlesticks
Poland
20th century


Pair of candlesticks
Poland
18th century


Pair of candlesticks
Augsburg, Germany
1817


Sabbath lamp
Germany
Late 19th century
Silversmith: S. Y. Wagner

Sabbath candelabra
Poland
19th century


Sabbath lamp
Persia
19th century


Sabbath lamp
Turin, Italy
18th century


Sabbath lamp
Persia
19th century


Sabbath lamp
Morocco
20th century


Sabbath lamp (kandil)
Morocco
20th century


Kiddush cup
Bohemia
19th century


Sabbath wine bottle
Bohemia
19th century (?)


Kiddush cup
Persia
1785


Sabbath and festival cup
Augsburg, Germany
Late 17th–early 18th century
Silversmith: Johann Fassnacht (active 1686–1726)

Kiddush cup and saucer
Baghdad, Iraq
20th century


Kiddush cup with scenes from the life of Samson
Ohlau, Germany
Late 17th century
Silversmith: Christian Metze the Elder (active 1662–91)

Kiddush goblet
Turin, Italy
Late 18th century


Kiddush cup
Augsburg, Germany
1797–99
Silversmith: Jacob Friedrich Biller (master 1782–1810)

Kiddush cup
Hanover, Germany
1860
Silversmith: Matthias

Sabbath wine flask
Syria (?)
19th century


Tankard for wine
Preshov, Slovakia
1740


Sabbath tablecloth
Iraq
Late 19th century


Spicebox and cup for the Havdalah ceremony
Poland
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Nuremberg, Germany
ca. 1715


Spicebox
Poland
19th century


Spicebox
Fürth, Germany
First half of the 18th century
Silversmith: J. Rimonim

Burial Society spicebox with inscription
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1863


Spicebox
Hamburg, Germany
Mid-18th century
Silversmith: Johann Friedrich Wiese

Spicebox
Nuremberg, Germany
1794–97
Silversmith: Johann Caspar Scharrer (active 1794–1817)

Spicebox
London, England
1870


Flask for rose water with a depiction of the Binding of Isaac
Persia (?)
20th century (?)


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia
1872-1922


Spicebox
Eastern Europe
18th century


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia
Early 19th century


Spicebox and Havdalah candelstick compendium
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
ca. 1770
Silversmith: Rötger (Rüdiger) Herfurth (1722–1776)

Cup and spicebox for the Havdalah ceremony
Nitra, Slovakia
Second half of the 18th century


Spicebox
Vienna, Austria
1810–24


Spicebox
Central Europe
18th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Kaschau (Košice), Austria-Hungary
1872


Spicebox
Istanbul, Turkey
20th century


Spicebox
Nuremberg, Germany
18th century


Candlestick and spicebox for the Havdalah ceremony
Plön (?), Germany
1754


Spicebox shaped as a fish
Poland
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Austrian Empire
Late 18th – early 19th century


Spicebox
Munkács, Hungary
1820-50


Tower-shaped spicebox
Munkács, Hungary
1820


Spicebox
Frankfurt, Germany
19th–20th century


Spicebox
St. Petersburg, Russia
1880


Spicebox
Augsburg (?), Germany
18th century (?)


Flask for rose water
Ottoman Empire
19th–20th century


Spicebox
Eastern Europe
1810(?)


Tower-shaped spicebox
Austria-Hungary
1872


Spicebox
Germany
Late 18th century (?)


Spicebox
Germany or Eastern Europe
ca. 1840


Spicebox
Augsburg, Germany
Late 17th century
Silversmith: Mattheus (Markus?) Wolff

Tower-shaped spicebox with four figures and dedicatory inscription
Germany
17th century


Spicebox
Danzig, Poland
1746


Spicebox
Austria
1813


Tower-shaped spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1867–72


Spicebox
Austria
1817


Spicebox shaped as a windmill
Netherlands
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox decorated with a pair of doves
Germany
19th century


Spicebox
Nuremberg, Germany
19th century (?)


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Book of songs (Diwan) for the Sabbath, compiled by Pinhas Cohen al-Iraqi
Yemen
Early 20th century


Prayers of sages, liturgical poems, and Sabbath minhah (afternoon service)
Italy
18th century


“Book of the Sabbaths of the Lord”
Turkey
1840
Scribe: Nissim Ya’akov Ozalbo

Tikkunei Shabbat (prayer book for the Sabbath)
Germany
1717


Seder Tikkunei Shabbat (prayer book for the Sabbath)
Hamburg, Germany
1724
Scribe: Ya’akov ben Yehudah Leib of Berlin

Book of Sabbath Readings (Seder Tikkunei Shabbat)
Vienna
1738
Scribe and illustrator: Aaron Wolf Herlingen (ca. 1700 – ca. 1760)

The three commandments of Jewish women, included in the Grace after Meals and the Shema Israel prayer
Vienna, Austria
1739
Scribe and illustrator: Aaron Wolf Herlingen (ca. 1700 – ca. 1760)

Bucket for the bathhouse
Morocco
20th century


Clogs from a bridal set of bathhouse accessories
Land of Israel
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hallah cover
Central Europe
19th century


Hallah cover
Netherlands
19th–20th century


Embroidered towel for the mikveh (ritual bath)
Turkey
Late 19th – early 20th century


Table for kneading matzah dough
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Baking spade
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Rolling pin for matzah dough
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Matzah rolling pin
The Bene Israel Community, Pune, India
Second half of the 20th century


Matzah rolling pin
The Bene Israel Community, Pune, India
Second half of the 20th century


Cuttertin for matzot
Morocco
Early 20th century


Matzah cutter
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Press for decorating matzot
Morocco
Early 20th century


Roller for perforating matzot
Morocco
Early 20th century


Roller for perforating matzot
Morocco
Early 20th century


Roller for perforating matzot
Heidingsfeld, Southern Germany
18th–19th century


Comb for perforating matzot
Heidingsfeld, Southern Germany
18th–19th century


Matzah comb
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Comb for perforating matzot
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Matzah perforator
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Early 20th century


Ridged rolling pin for matzah
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Early 20th century


Matzah perforator
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Early 20th century


Matzah roller
Göteborg, Sweden
Late 19th century


Matzah basket
Poland
19th century


Elijah cup with a depiction of the four sons of the Haggadah
Germany
19th century


Passover Seder cup
Augsburg, Germany
Late 17th century


Passover Seder goblet
Augsburg, Germany
1761-63
Silversmith: Hieronymos Mittnacht (1708–1769) (?)

Elijah cup with a depiction of the Western Wall, Tomb of the Patriarchs, and Rachel’s Tomb
Land of Israel
19th century


Passover Seder cup
Bohemia
Late 19th century


Pair of Passover glasses with a depiction of the Exodus and the splitting of the Red Sea
Bohemia
19th century


Elijah goblet
Bohemia
Mid-19th century


Goblet with a depiction of the prophet Elijah appearing at the Seder meal
Vienna, Austria
1840


Passover cup with a depiction of people eating matzot
Vienna, Austria
1855


Elijah cup
Kraków (?), Poland
Mid-19th century


Elijah cup
Bohemia
1820–40


Elijah's cup
Augsburg, Germany
1805


Seder plate with the names of the owners' family
Copenhagen, Denmark
19th century (?)


Seder plate decorated with eagle figurines
Vienna, Austria
ca. 1925
Artist: Carl Warmuth Junior (?)

Seder plate
Munich, Germany
1934
Silversmith: Alois Wörle

Passover silver table set:
Libya
Late 19th – early 20th century


Jug for ritual hand-washing during the Passover Seder
Central Europe
18th–19th century


Pillowcase used during the Seder meal
Germany
19th century


Matzah bag with three pockets for Cohen, Levi, and Israel
Western Europe (?)
1891


Passover Haggadah
Cairo, Egypt
1908
Scribe and illustrator: Hamy Bekhor

Depiction of the baking of matzot in Hebrew-Marathi Haggadah
The Bene Israel Community, Pune, India
1874


Afikoman bag
Land of Israel (?)
1931


Toy kitchen utensils for Passover: plates, bowls and charcoal container
Morocco
Mid-20th century


Toy kitchen utensils for Passover
Morocco
Mid-20th century


Toy kitchen utensils for Passover: bowl with lid and couscous steamer
Morocco
Mid-20th century


Toy kitchen utensils for Passover
Morocco
Mid-20th century


Omer calendar with biblical scenes
Italy (?)
19th century (?)


Calendar for counting the omer
Italy
1804
Author and illustrator: Isaac Haim Ishai

Calendar for counting the omer
Nikolsburg, Moravia
1776


Calendar for counting the omer
Offenbach, Germany
1801


Calendar for counting the omer
Florence, Italy
1810


Calendar for counting the omer
Amsterdam, Netherlands
ca. 1794


Calendar for counting the omer
Rödelheim, Germany
1871
Printer: J. Lehrberger & Co.

Etrog (citron) box
Vienna, Austria
1854


Etrog (citron) box
Iraq
19th century


Etrog (citron) container in the shape of the fruit
Austria
Late 19th century


Etrog (citron) box
Germany
19th century


Etrog (citron) box
Bohemia
19th century


Etrog (citron) box
Lemberg, Austrian Empire (today Lvov, Ukraine)
Second half of the 19th century


Etrog (citron) box
“Bezalel”, Jerusalem
1908-29


Etrog (citron) box
Australia
ca. 1850


Etrog (citron) box
Germany (?)
1860


Torah mantle
Mosbach, Germany
1739


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription adorned with vegetal motifs
Augsburg, Germany
1685
Silversmith: Andreas Meiting (active 1679–1712)

Torah ark valance with a depiction of the giving of the Torah to Moses
Germany
18th century


Board for learning the alphabet and the Bible
Tangier, Morocco
1940s


Board for learning the alphabet and the Bible
Morocco
1940s


Torah scroll case and finials



Torah scroll case and finials



Torah scroll case and finials
Calcutta, India
Made in China
ca. 1924


Torah scroll case and finials
Calcutta, India
Made in China
ca. 1904


Torah scroll case and finials



Torah scroll case and finials
India
ca. 1899


David Heinz Gumbel, born Germany, active Germany and Israel, 1906–1992
Candlesticks
1968

David Heinz Gumbel, born Germany, active Germany and Israel, 1906–1992
Candlesticks
Second half of the 20th century

Zelig Segal, Israeli, 1933–2015
Multipurpose cube
Jerusalem, Israel
1986

Zelig Segal, Israeli, 1933–2015
Hannukah lamp
Jerusalem, Israel
1993

Zelig Segal, Israeli, 1933–2015
Hannukah lamp
Israel
1982

Malka Cohavi, Israeli, and David Heinz Gumbel, Israeli (born Germany), 1896–1992
Spicebox
Jerusalem, Israel
1994

Avi Biran, Israeli, born 1964
Spicebox
1998

Iris Ezra-Tutnauer, Israeli, born 1964
Spicebox
1998

Sari Srulovitch, Israeli, born 1964
Spice holders
Jerusalem, Israel
2007

David Heinz Gumbel, born Germany, active Germany and Israel, 1906–1992
Kiddush cup
Jerusalem, Israel
1968

Zelig Segal, Israeli, 1933–2015
Kiddush travel set
Jerusalem, Israel
1983

Vered Kaminsky, Israeli, born 1953
Goblet
Israel
1996

Piet Izak Cohen, Dutch, born 1935
Kiddush cup
1993

Zelig Segal, Israeli, 1933–2015
Holidays set
Jerusalem, Israel
1983

Arie Ophir, Israeli, born 1939
Ball of blessings
Israel
1983

Nava Silberberg, Israeli, born Australia 1979
Sabbath travel compendium in an album
Jerusalem, Israel
2006

Bowl for the bathhouse
Rabat, Morocco
20th century


Fruit plate for Tu bi-Shevat (Jewish Arbor Day)
France
19th century


Torah finials
Vienna, Austria
1869


Torah mantle and finials for the High Holidays





Yom Kippur belt buckle
Russia
18th–19th century


Yom Kippur and Passover belt and buckle
Poland
19th century


Yom Kippur belt buckle
Lvov, Poland
1802


Knocker for calling people to morning service (schulklopfer)
Hungary
18th century


Flagellation whip for Yom Kippur eve
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
19th–20th century


Flagellation whip for Yom Kippur eve
Sakiz, Kurdistan
19th century


Flagellation whip for Yom Kippur eve
Kurdistan (?)
19th–20th century


Yom Kippur belt and buckle
Eastern Europe
19th century


A series of greeting cards depicting cantors and shofar blowers on the High Holidays
United States
1920s


Rosh Hashanah plate
Delft, Holland
1672
Artist: Jacobus Pynacker

New Year’s greeting card
ca. 1910


New Year’s greeting card
1906


New Year’s card calling for the Jews of Europe to emigrate to the United States
ca. 1914


Postcard designed as a bank check
ca. 1910


Shofar
Germany
18th century


Shofar
Salonika, Greece
19th–20th century


Shofar
India
20th century


Man’s white coat for High Holidays
Uzbekistan
Early 20th century


Women’s dress and underdress for the High Holidays
Uzbekistan
1930s


Rabbinical robe and hat for the High Holidays
Rome, Italy
Mid-20th century


Child’s white coat for High Holidays
Uzbekistan
1930s


Plaque commemorating the destruction of the Temple
Jerusalem
Late 19th century


Plaque commemorating the destruction of the Temple
Jerusalem
1890


Velvet-covered Torah scroll case and finials from Georgia
20th century


Velvet-covered Torah finials from Georgia
20th century


Torah scroll and finials from Libya



Portuguese-style Torah scroll wrapped in black and wooden finials for 9th of Av
Tzedek ve-Shalom Synagogue

Paramaribo, Suriname
20th century


Torah pointer painted in black for 9th of Av
Italy
19th century


Torah crown burned during the Holocaust
Eastern Europe
19th century


Torah shield burned on Kristallnacht
Germany
Late 19th – early 20th century


Torah shield
Poland
1844


Hanukkah lamp with bust of Emperor Josef II, and emblem of Austrian Empire
Moravia
Late 18th century


Hanukkah lamp with Hebrew inscription
Moravia
1782


Hanukkah lamp adorned with figure of warrior wearing a laurel wreath
France
17th century


Early triangular Hanukkah lamp
Northern Italy or France
15th–16th century


Hanukkah lamp composed of nine little bowls
Afghanistan
Early 20th century


Crowned Hanukkah lamp in the shape of a sofa
Vienna, Austria
1872


Small Hanukkah lamp adorned with Austrian emblem and Tablets of the Law
Vienna, Austria
1853


Hanukkah lamp made from Austrian army helmet
Austria
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with peacock with outspread tail
Vienna, Austria
1872–1922


Hanukkah lamp with depiction of eagle with outspread wings
Lemberg, Austrian Empire (today Lvov, Ukraine)
1856


Hanukkah lamp inscribed with benediction over lights
Hungary
1767-1807
Silversmith: Johann Mather Kiermayer (?) (1767–1807)

Chased stone Hanukkah lamp with name of owner or artist
Talaint, Morocco
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with birds and fleur-de-lis
Demnate, Morocco
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Stars of David, birds, and fleur-de-lis
Larache, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Stars of David and hamsas
Marrakesh, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Roofed Hanukkah lamp, decorated in openwork
Marrakesh, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Moorish gates and fleurs-de-lis
Sefrou, Morocco
19th century


Roofed Hanukkah lamp adorned with Star of David
Marrakesh, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with serrated arch
Fez, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Triangular Hanukkah lamp
Assire, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with three demonic figures
Fez, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Temple Menorah
Tétouan, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp decorated in high relief
Marrakesh, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with heart shapes
Meknès, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with gates and rosettes
Sefrou, Morocco
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Moorish gates and fleurs-de-lis
Sefrou, Morocco
19th century


Stone Hanukkah lamp with two oil containers
Tahala, Morocco
18th - early 19th century


Dark stone Hanukkah lamp with three oil containers
Taroudant, Morocco
18th - early 19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with cylindrical columns
Tétouan, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with songbirds
Algeria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with oil jars
Algeria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a palace, surmounted by Islamic crescent and star
Laghouat, Algeria
1932
Silversmith: Lallu Eliyahu

Hanukkah lamp with arm pouring oil from jug to menorah
Italy
18th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a gate
Italy
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with towers and city wall
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with wall structure and fleur-de-lis
Italy
17th century


Hanukkah lamp with hand pouring oil from jug to menorah
Turin, Italy
18th century


Triangular Hanukkah lamp adorned with gate flanked by tendrils
Italy
17th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with emblem of the Foa family (renowned book printers)
Italy
18th century


Hanukkah lamp with depiction of flaming altar flanked by lions
Italy
16th century


Imitation shekel
Germany
15th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with roaring lions
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with mermaids, angels, and dolphins
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with family emblem, angels and grotesque figures
Italy
17th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with sea horses, mermaids, and babies
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp with depictions of angels and horn-blowing centaurs
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with family emblem featuring menorah and rampant lions
Italy
17th century


Tin Eisen Hanukkah lamp shaped like a sofa
Germany
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with glass and mirror panels
Germany
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with depiction of hunting scene
Germany
17th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with dolphins holding small pails
Horb am Neckar, Germany
18th century
Maker: Carl Sichler

Hanukkah lamp shaped like a bench
South Germany
18th–19th century


Standing tin Hanukkah lamp
South Germany
19th–20th century


Hanukkah lamp in the form of a gate surmounted by a servant light shaped like a sailboat
Berlin, Germany
1800


Hanukkah lamp with the figure of Judith lighting the menorah and her maidservant
Germany
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with the figures of Judith, her maidservant, and a warrior
Nuremberg, Germany
1721


Hanukkah lamp adorned with spoked wheels and servant light shaped like a warrior
Germany
Late 16th or early 17th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Hanukkah lamp flanked by rampant lions
Frankfurt, Germany
1748-76
Silversmith: Rötger (Rüdiger) Herfurth (active 1748–76)

Hanukkah lamp shaped like the Temple Menorah and surmounted by figure of Judith
Frankfurt, Germany
Late 17th century
Silversmith: Johann Valentin Schuller (1650–1726)

Hanukkah lamp adorned with Temple Menorah and Bar Kokhba coins
Jerusalem
1914-29
Sharar workshop, Bezalel

Hanukkah lamp showing Maccabees purifying the Temple
Jerusalem
1914-29
Sharar workshop, Bezalel

Hanukkah lamp adorned with menorah and lions
Jerusalem
1914-29
Sharar workshop, Bezalel

Small Hanukkah lamp adorned with gazelles
Jerusalem
1914-29
Sharar workshop, Bezalel

Hanging Hanukkah lamp modeled after ancient oil lamps
Jerusalem
1912-29
Artist: Ze'ev Raban, Bezalel

Hanukkah lamp with armed figure raising a flag
Israel
ca. 1950


Small Hanukkah lamp adorned with the emblem of the State of Israel
Israel
ca. 1950


Hanukkah lamp made of glass beads
Jerusalem
ca. 1900


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a house with chimneys
Mea She’arim neighborhood, Jerusalem
1979


Tin Hanukkah lamp adorned with birds
Land of Israel
19th century


Hanukkah lamp made of plaques for Torah finials
Jerusalem
19th century


Standing olive wood Hanukkah lamp
Land of Israel
1935-40


Turquoise Hanukkah lamp
Israel
ca. 1950


Stone Hanukkah lamp inscribed with blessings recited over the lights
Jerusalem
ca. 1900


Heart-shaped Hanukkah lamp
Bombay, India
20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Star of David
India
Early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with row of flames
Ernakulam, Cochin, India
Late 19th – early 20th century


Arched Hanukkah lamp with plain surface
Cochin, India
19th century


Stone Hanukkah lamp with additional cavity for used wicks
Yemen
1930s


Stone Hanukkah lamp with additional cavity for used wicks
Yemen
1930s


Dark stone Hanukkah lamp shaped as a star
Yemen
1930s


Hanukkah lamp adorned with the blessing over the lights
Syria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with damascene work and a crescent
Damascus, Syria
1925
Silversmith: Morice Masslaton

Hanukkah lamp shaped like a Torah ark surrounded by mythical beasts and birds
Warsaw, Poland
Mid-19th century
Silversmith: Kazimierz Klimaszewski (active 1830–51)

Hanukkah lamp adorned with the blessing over the lights
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with bear and griffins
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with deer, lions, birds and a row of fishes
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with vase flanked by crouching lions
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp modeled after synagogue facade
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Sabbath candlesticks
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with rows of birds
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Tablets of the Law
Warsaw, Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century
Manufacturer: Morblin&Co

Standing Hanukkah lamp adorned with lions and eagle
Galicia, Poland
19th century


Standing Hanukkah lamp with oil fonts and fastening pins for candles
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Temple Menorah and hands raised for Priestly Benediction
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of an elaborate building façade
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with hands raised for the Priestly Benediction
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp inscribed with Jacob’s blessing to Joseph
Baghdad, Iraq
Early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with hamsas, crescents, and birds
Baghdad, Iraq
Early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of a gate with lion-shaped oil fonts
Zhitomir, Ukraine
1857


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of an elaborate Torah ark, crowned with a conch
Lvov, Ukraine
1787-99


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of a Torah ark, with lion-shaped oil fonts
Ukraine
18th century


Hanukkah lamp surmounted by clock
Moscow, Russia
1841


“Ba’al Shem Tov Hanukkah lamp“ with emblem of Russian eagle
Ukraine
Early 19th century


Porcelain Hanukkah lamp adorned with pastoral scene
Gorodnitza (?), Ukraine
19th century


Porcelain Hanukkah lamp painted with bouquet of flowers
Gorodnitza, Ukraine
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with Temple Menorah flanked by lions
Russia
Early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp with the figures of Moses and Aaron
Berdichev, Ukraine
Early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of an eight-branched candelabrum
Russia
1896-1908


Hanukkah lamp adorned with fleurs-de-lis
Netherlands
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with hearts and two figures
Netherlands
18th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like neoclassical sofa
Netherlands
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with city emblem and family emblems
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1786


Hanukkah lamp adorned with heart and circles
Netherlands
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with hearts and flowers
Netherlands
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with figures of the Biblical spies in European dress, with city emblem of The Hague, and with hot-air balloons
The Hague, Netherlands
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with two figures and crown
Netherlands
18th century


Synagogue Hanukkah lamp, on three legs shaped like small rampant horses
Poland (?), Eastern Europe
18th century


Large Synagogue Hanukkah lamp with conch-shaped candle sockets
Lvov, Poland
17th century


Synagogue Hanukkah lamp
Poland
17th century


Synagogue Hanukkah lamp with tall pins for wax candles
Central Europe
Early 18th century


Synagogue Hanukkah lamp surmounted by crowned eagle holding scepter and sword
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah spinning top (dreidel)
Netherlands (?)
19th century


Lead spinning top
Land of Israel
19th–20th century


Spinning top
Germany
Second half of the 20th century


Spinning top
Germany
Second half of the 19th century


Spinning top
Germany
Early 20th century


Jewish National Fund spinning top
Land of Israel
Early 20th century


Spinning top inscribed with the name Pinhas Dov Even Zahav
Poland
1922


Spinning top inscribed with the name Pinhas Dov Even Zahav
Poland
1922


Lead spinning tops
Poland
19th–20th century


Spinning top and its mold
Poland
20th century


Lead spinning top
Poland
19th–20th century


Spinning top
Poland
19th century


Spinning top
Poland
19th century


Spinning top
Poland
19th century


Spinning top
Poland
19th century


Lead spinning top
Poland
19th–20th century


Hanukkah spinning top
Poland
20th century


Spinning top from the Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts
Jerusalem
20th century


Wine bottle
Bohemia
19th century


Cup for the "Purim Rabbi"
Bohemia
19th century


Purim dolls
Sana'a, Yemen
1930s


Purim plate
Les Islettes, Lorraine, France
18th century


Esther Scroll
Northern Italy
Mid-18th century


Esther scroll and page with accompanying blessings
Netherlands
1687
Artist: Abraham de Chaves

Esther scroll case
France
1838-1919


Case for Esther scroll
Rhodes, Ottoman empire
19th century


Esther scroll case
Poland
1852


Esther scroll with the wheel of the zodiac
Germany
Early 18th century


Esther scroll and case
Morocco
Second half of the 19th century


Esther scroll
Persia
1848


Esther scroll
Netherlands (?)
17th century (?)
Artist: David son of Jacob Katz

Purim whistle noisemaker
Russia or Poland
19th century


Purim noisemaker
Vienna, Austria
1826


Noisemaker
Central Europe
19th century


Purim noisemaker
Morocco
20th century


Purim noisemaker
Land of Israel
20th century


Purim noisemaker
Land of Israel
20th century


Purim noisemaker
Land of Israel
20th century


Purim noisemaker
Land of Israel
20th century


Interior of the Vittorio Veneto synagogue
Northern Italy
1700


Interior of the Horb synagogue
Horb am Main, Germany
1735
Artist: Eliezer Sussman of Brody

Interior of the Kadavumbagam synagogue
Cochin, Southern India



Torah finials
Turkey
19th century


Torah shield
Turkey
ca. 1865


Torah shield made out of the back of a mirror
Turkey
Late 19th century


Torah shield made out of the back of a mirror
Turkey
Late 19th – early 20th century


Torah shield
Turkey
19th century


Torah shield
Turkey
19th century


Crescent-shaped Torah shield
Turkey
ca. 1944


Torah mantle
Turkey
Late 19th – early 20th century


Torah case with crown and shield
Turkey
ca. 1874


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah binder (faša)
Turkey
19th–20th century


Torah ark curtain embroidered with Eternal Light
Turkey
ca. 1884


Dedicatory plaques for the synagogue
Ioannina, Greece
18th – early 20th century


Eternal light for the synagogue
Izmir, Turkey
ca. 1877


Torah crown and finials
Turkey
ca. 1884


Torah crown with vignettes featuring musical instruments
Venice, Italy
1730–40


Torah finials
Venice, Italy
First half of the 18th century


Torah finials
Venice, Italy
18th century


Synagogue eternal light
Italy
ca. 1855


Synagogue eternal light
Turin, Italy
Early 19th century


Torah pointer with the coat of arms of the Baraffael Family
Rome, Italy
1754


Synagogue decoration
Northern Italy
1769


Basket-shaped Torah crown, finials, and pointer
Vienna, Austria
1857-58


Torah finials
Prague, Bohemia
18th century


Torah shield decorated with Torah ark
Poland
ca. 1820


Torah crown with lions and birds
Poland
ca. 1815


Torah crown with depiction of animals
Poland (?)
ca. 1797


Torah shield for Shavuot (Festival of Weeks)
Ukraine
18th century


Torah shield
Ukraine (?)
1783


Torah shield decorated with Torah Ark
Poland
ca. 1785


Torah finials
Algeria
ca. 1869
Silversmith: Joseph Mamun

Torah ark curtain
Prague, Bohemia
ca. 1854


Torah mantle
Poland
18th century (?)


Torah crown inlaid with semiprecious stones
Poland
ca. 1729


Torah crown with vine scrolls
Poland
ca. 1764
Silversmith: Pinhas ben Meir

Torah crown with eagle, griffins and lions
Poland
ca. 1726
Silversmith: B. Werbtch

Torah crown decorated with pinecone
Poland
ca. 1841


Torah finials and pointer
Warsaw, Poland
Mid-18th century, dedicated 1927


Torah shield with griffins
Poland
18th century


Torah shield
Warsaw, Poland
Mid-18th century


Torah shield decorated on both sides
Lemberg, Austrian Empire (today Lvov, Ukraine)
1806


Torah shield
Bohemia (?)
18th century


Torah finials
Fürth, Germany
18th century


Torah finials
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
ca. 1770
Silversmith: Rötger (Rüdiger) Herfurth (1722–1776)

Torah finials
Augsburg, Germany
1818


Torah shield decorated with four crowns
Hamburg, Germany
Late 17th century
Silversmith: Tobias Völsch

Torah shield with the zodiac signs and scenes from Genesis
Augsburg, Germany
1744
Silversmith: Johann Christoph Drentwett (1686–1763)

Torah shield with depictions of Moses and Aaron
Nuremberg, Germany
Late 17th century
Silversmith: Joh(ann) Leonh(ard) Eyssler (active 1665–1708)

Torah shield with three medallions
Berlin, Germany
1825
Silversmith: Johann August Gebhardt (1790–1860)

Torah mantle with depiction of the Tent of Meeting
South Germany
18th century


Torah ark curtain
Mannheim (?) , Germany
ca. 1728


Torah mantle of the Ner Tamid (Eternal Light) Society
Biebrich, Germany
ca. 1749


Crowned Torah pointer
Germany
18th century


Torah case
Yemen
19th century


Torah finials
Sana'a, Northern Yemen
ca. 1900
Silversmith: Yehudah Giyath

Torah finials
Sana'a, Northern Yemen
Early 20th century


Torah finials
Habban, Eastern Yemen
Mid-20th century


Torah finials
Aden, Southern Yemen
Early 20th century


Torah finials
Radaa’, Eastern Yemen
Late 19th century (?)


Torah finials
Yemen
Early 20th century
Silversmith: ‘Azri Giyath

Torah finials in Yemenite style
Jerusalem
Late 19th – early 20th century


Kerchief (tallit)
Sana'a, Northern Yemen
Early 20th century


Torah scroll case and ornaments
Afghanistan
20th century


Torah scroll case
Persia
ca. 1913


Torah finials
Kangan, Persia
Late 18th – early 19th century


Torah finials
Persia
19th century


Torah finials
Persia
19th century (?)


Torah finials
Kurdistan
ca. 1929


Torah finials
Iraqi Kurdistan
ca. 1863


Torah finials
Persia
ca. 1921


Torah finials
Iraq
ca. 1742


Torah finials
Iraq (?)
1742


Torah finials in paisley leaf shape
Yazd, Persia
ca. 1927


Synagogue inscription panel
Isfahan, Persia
18th–19th century


Torah scroll case
Syria
ca. 1923


Torah scroll case decorated with a palm tree
Egypt
ca. 1903


Torah scroll case with a red crown
Egypt
ca. 1919


Torah finials
Cairo, Egypt
1924


Torah finials
Egypt
Early 20th century


Torah curtain made from the robe of R. Yeruham Shabbetai Eliashar
Jerusalem
ca. 1921


Tower-shaped Torah finials
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Second half of the 18th century
Silversmith: probably Willem Hendrik Rosier (1707–1775)

Tower-shaped Torah finials
Utrecht, Netherlands
Mid-18th century
Silversmith: Samuel Fockenberg II (active 1740–87)

Torah finials
Rotterdam, Netherlands
1780
Silversmith: Johannes Brouwer (active 1778/1779 – 1796)

Torah finials
Netherlands
Late 17th–early 18th century
Silversmith: Pieter Van Hoven (?)

Torah finials decorated with a family emblem and monograms
Netherlands
Early 18th century


Torah pointer decorated with the emblem of the Levites (ewer and bowl)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Early 18th century


Torah mantle
Netherlands
1763


Torah ark curtain with the emblem of the Sephardic Jewish Community
Netherlands
17th century


Synagogue lamp
North Africa
Late 19th century


Cylindrical Torah scroll case
Tripoli, Libya
1935
Silversmith: Raphael ‘Aton

Torah crown
Tripoli, Libya
1915


Torah crown
Gabes, Tunisia
Early 20th century (?)


Torah crown
North Africa
Early 20th century (?)


Torah finials
Tripoli, Libya
Late 19th century (?)


Raccah family Torah scroll case and ornaments
Tripoli, Libya
Early 20th century


Torah scroll wrapper
Djerba, Tunisia
Late 19th – early 20th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) made of women’s jewelry
Sefrou, Morocco
Late 19th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) with horseshoe-shaped windows
Fez or Meknes, Morocco
Late 19th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) with horseshoe-shaped windows
Erfoud, Tafilalet, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) made of women’s jewelry
Assrir, Morocco
Early 20th century


Lattice-work Torah finial
Demnate, Morocco
Late 19th century


Lattice-work Torah finial
Tahala, Morocco
Late 19th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) with horseshoe-shaped windows
Fez or Meknes, Morocco
Late 19th century


Memorial lamp for the synagogue
Sefrou, Morocco
Early 20th century


Memorial lamp for the synagogue
Morocco
Early 20th century


Lattice doorway (mushrabiyya)
Morocco
Early 20th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) with horseshoe-shaped windows
Fez or Meknes, Morocco
Late 19th century
Silversmiths: Mordecai Attia and Isaac Aravatz (?)

Clothes of Rabbi Sasson Kadoorie, the Last Chief Rabbi of Iraqi Jewry



Afghan woman’s street wear
Herat
Mid-20th century


Outfit of a Jewish woman from Gabès
Tunisia
First half of the 20th century


Attire of a woman from Iraqi Kurdistan
Early 20th century


Ethiopian woman’s attire
Mid-20th century


Georgian woman's attire
Tbilisi
Late 19th – early 20th century


Algerian woman’s ceremonial outfit
Mid-19th century


Indian woman’s attire
Bene Israel
Late 20th century


Bridal gown
Jerusalem
Early 20th century


Man’s hooded cape (akhnif)
Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hasidic Shtrayml
Jerusalem
Late 20th century


Yellow badge
Germany, Holland and France
1940s


Woman's head adornment and wig (Mêhdor)
Tiznit, Morocco
Early 20th century


Women's cap
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Early 20th century


Woman's cap
Afghanistan
Early 20th century


Married women's festive headgear (kupkh or sherntikhel)
Eastern Europe
18th–19th century


Women's bonnet
Germany
19th century


Women's head covering (Kufiya)
Djerba, Tunisia
Mid-20th century


Women's head covering (Kufiya)
Djerba, Tunisia
Mid-20th century


Women's headgear (duka)
Tunis, Tunisia
Late 19th – early 20th century


Forehead ornament(swalf), used to conceal the hair
Rabat, Morocco
Early 20th century


Women's head ornament (sarma)
Algeria
Mid-19th century


Women's headgear (kalpushak)
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Late 19th – early 20th century


Married women's headgear (karkush)
Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


Festive skullcap
Eastern Europe
19th century


Men's skullcap
Land of Israel or Yemen
Early 20th century


Men's cap
Yemen
Early 20th century


Men's hat
Israel
2010


Knitted cap
Israel
2010


Rabbinical hat
Rome, Italy
ca. 1960


Men's hat
Iran
Late 19th century


Men's skullcap
Afghanistan
Early 20th century


Men's skullcap
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Early 20th century


Children's skullcap
Aqra, Iraqi Kurdistan
Mid-20th century


Men's skullcap
Erfoud, Morocco
Mid-20th century


Men's skullcap (yarmulke)
Jerusalem, Israel
Mid-20th century


Fringes (tsisith or tallit katan)
Syria or Turkey
19th century


Prayer shawl (tallit)
Germany
18th or 19th century


Prayer shawl (tallit)
Tripoli, Libya
Late 19th – early 20th century


Fringed garment (tallit katan)
Bulgaria
19th century


Fringes (tsisith or tallit katan)
Sarre Union, Alsace, France
Mid-20th century


Prayer shawl (tallit)
Southern Yemen
Early 20th century


Prayer shawl (tallit)
Tafilalet, Morocco
Early 20th century


Neckband for prayer shawl (atara)
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century


Neckband for prayer shawl (atara)
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century


Prayer shawl (tallit)
Ruzhin, Ukraine
Early 20th century


Jewish bride from Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


The Jewelry of Jewish Brides in Djerba



The Jewelry of Jewish Women in Lybia



The Jewelry of Jewish Women in El Kelaa des Mgouna, Southern Morocco



The Jewelry of Jewish Brides in Herat, Afghanistan



The Jewelry of Jewish Women in Bukhara


The Jewelry of Jewish Brides in Northern Yemen



The Jewelry of Urban Jewish Brides in Morocco
Sefrou, Morocco



The Jewelry of Jewish Women in the Draa Valley



Parkhane forehead ornament
Bukhara
Early-mid 20th century


Parkhane forehead ornament
Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Early-mid 20th century


Fibulae
Taroudant, Morocco
Early 20th century


Headdress decoration
Sana'a, Yemen
Late 19th – early 20th century


Qubleh hood adornment
Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


Headdress decoration
Sana'a, Yemen
Late 19th – early 20th century


Tapesh pendant
Bukhara or Herat
Early 20th century


Fulet hamsa amulet pendant
Marrakesh, Morocco
Late 19th century


Feqron belt buckle
Morocco
Early 20th century


Silver binding for Esther scroll
Italy
18th century


Amulet case
Serbia
18th–19th century


Enamel earrings
Herat, Afghanistan
Late 19th century


Herz amulet
Tiznit, Morocco
Early 20th century


Duwwah al-mehdor earring pendant
Tahala, Morocco
Early 20th century


Temple ornament ('aluj)
Yemen
Early 20th century


Torah finial with bells
Aden, Yemen
19th century


Amulet necklace
Yemen
20th century


Jewish women’s belt (mangad)
Al-Baydha, southeastern Yemen
Early 20th century


Toddler's anklet with bells
Baghdad, Iraq
Mid-20th century


Anklet
Djerba, Tunisia
Early 20th century


Anklet with bells
Yemen
20th century


Children’s necklace with amulets
Iraqi Kurdistan
Early 20th century


Necklace (mashhatta)
Southern Yemen, Yemen
Early 20th century


Beaded necklace
Morocco
Early 20th century


Hotfis necklace
Tahala, Morocco
Early 20th century


Shkhab necklace
Djerba, Tunisia
Early 20th century


Women and children's necklace with amulets shaped like a baby in a cradle
Iranian Kurdistan
Early 20th century


Amulet
Iraqi Kurdistan or Iran
Late 19th century


Women’s belt
Tunisia
Early 20th century


Shiviti amulet with menorah formed from the verses of Psalms 67
Iran
18th–19th century


Fibula
Algeria
Early 20th century


Pendant with Star of David and cross
Ethiopia
Mid-20th century


Women’s head ornament
Morocco
Early 20th century


Hamsa
Morocco
Early 20th century


Hamsa
Tangier, Morocco
20th century


Children’s amulet necklace
Iran
Mid-20th century


Kuffat fatmeh amuletic choker or head ornament
Ta’amreh Bedouin tribe, Bethlehem region
Early 20th century


Herz amulet case pendant
Tiznit, Morocco
Early 20th century


Protective amulet against miscarriage
Kerrando, Morocco
Mid-20th century


Tawq-u-khoratah amulet
Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


Hirz amulet case pendant
Haidan, Yemen
Early 20th century


Ornamental fibulas (mraya)
Beni Sbih, Dra' valley, Morocco
Mid-20th century


Belt and buckle (holqa faraq beslasel)
Kairouan or Moknin region, Tunisia
Mid-20th century


Seashell necklace
Ethiopia
20th century


Shairia necklace
Tunisia
20th century


Gahat beads shaped like barley
Sana'a, Yemen
Early 20th century


Necklace
Mashhad, Iran
20th century


Silver cigarette holder
1908-29


Brooch with pearl pendant
1908-29


Brooch with a depiction of Yael
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1921-29
Artist: Moshe Murro (1888 – 1957)

Brooches
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1908-29


Brooch with pearl pendant
1908-29


Medallion with a depiction of an Oriental Jew
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1913-27
Artists: Aharon Shaul Schur and Shmuel Ben-David

Pendant or brooch with a depiction of a Yemenite girl
New Bezalel, Jerusalem
1950s


Cameo brooch with a depiction of Jephthah’s weeping daughter
1911-29
Artist: Moshe Murro (?)

Feather-shaped pen holder
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1908-29


Buckle adorned with mythical bird
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1908-29
Artist: Erich Goldberg

Medallion with a portrait of Theodor Herzl
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1913-29
Artist: Reuven Leaf (Lifshitz)

Medallion with a depiction of Absalom’s Tomb
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1913-29
Artist: Reuven Leaf (Lifshitz)

Medallion with a depiction of the Tower of David
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1913-29
Artist: Reuven Leaf (Lifshitz)

Buckle adorned with candlesticks and flowers
1908-29


Silver buckle
1908-29


Vase decorated with the figures of the Hebrew watchman and camel riders
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1913


Vase with depictions of the Wailing Wall and the Tower of David, made from artillery shell
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Plaque illustrating the song Had Gadya (One Kid) from the Passover Haggadah
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1914
Artist: Ze'ev Raban (1890–1970)

Octagonal hanging plate
1912-29
After a drawing by Ze'ev Raban

Plaque depicting the meeting between Eliezer and Rebekah at the well
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29
Artist: Moshe Murro (1888–1957), after a drawing by Ze'ev Raban (1890–1970)

Album of photographs by Avraham Soskin in honor of Tel Aviv
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1912


Small pair of sconces
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Small filigree bowl with lid
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Vase adorned with the profile of Theodor Herzl, made from artillery shell
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Vase adorned with medallions featuring the holy sites of Jerusalem, made from artillery shell
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Desk set with inkstand decorated with a depiction of the Dome of the Rock representing the site of the Temple
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
ca. 1913


Container and lid made from artillery shells with depictions of Absalom's Pillar and Rachel's Tomb
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


"Rachel" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


Round box with depictions of the biblical spies, a watchman on a horse, and a camel rider
“Bezalel”, Jerusalem
1912-16
Artist: Reuven Lifshitz (Leaf)

Vase decorated with the figure of the Hebrew watchman
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Small carpet with a depiction of Rachel’s Tomb
Jerusalem
1920-31
Marvadia workshop, Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts

Small jug with biblical depictions of Rachel and Jacob and of Rebekah and Eliezer
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Hand mirror with a depiction of the bibilcal couple Jacob and Rachel
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


"The plower" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


"Rebekah" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


"Esther" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


"Deborah" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


"Shulammit" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


"Miriam" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


"Ruth" cameo
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


Plaque with a depiction of King David and Bathsheba
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29
Meir Gur-Arie, after a design by Ephraim Moses Lilien

Decorative plaque with the Old City of Jerusalem and Damascus Gate
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1911-29


Desk set with two inkstands
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29


Matchbox with depiction of Narghile smoker
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29
After a drawing by Ze'ev Raban

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Samarkand, Uzbekistan
1884


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
1894


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yevpatoriya, Crimea peninsula, Ukraine
1917


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yevpatoriya, Crimea peninsula, Ukraine
1890


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Lugo, Italy
1821


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Moncalvo, Italy
1792


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with coat of arms of the couple's families
Ferrara, Italy
1731


Marriage contract (ketubbah)



Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Turin, Italy
1691


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Venice, Italy
1707


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with a depiction of Jerusalem
Padua, Italy
1732


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with pointed base characteristic of Roman ketubbot
Rome, Italy
1627


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Pesaro, Italy
1853


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Venice, Italy
1740


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1734


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Genoa, Italy
1816


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1819


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sabbioneta, Italy
1738


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1891


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1786


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1774


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1849


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sabbioneta, Italy
1834


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rovigo, Italy
1707


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Florence, Italy
1783


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Florence, Italy
1815


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1893


Part of marriage contract (ketubbah)
Urbino, Italy
167-


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Pesaro, Italy
1894


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Lugo, Italy
1754


Fragment of marriage contract frame (ketubbah)
Italy
18th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Florence, Italy
1722


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Saluzzo, Italy
1777


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Vaccarino (Padua), Italy
1843


Part of marriage contract (ketubbah)
Genoa, Italy
1702


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Florence, Italy
1766


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Florence, Italy
1768


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Fossano, Piemont, Italy
1790


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Cuneo, Italy
1813


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Saluzzo, Italy
1823


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Saluzzo, Italy
1788


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Leghorn, Italy
1742


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Milan, Italy
1923


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Urbino, Italy
1872


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Pesaro, Italy
1871


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Trecento, Tuscany, Italy
1805


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Senigallia, Italy
1887


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rome, Italy
1794


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Ancona, Italy
1803


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Florence, Italy
1790


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Padua, Italy
1710


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Cuneo, Italy
1806


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Cuneo, Italy
1786


Blank marriage contract (ketubbah)
North Italy
18th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1860


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1887 (Hijra, 1309)


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kashan, Iran
1856


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with a pair of lions, a Persian national emblem
Isfahan, Iran
1898


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sena, Iran
1908


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1901


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
Mid-19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1883


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1890


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1910


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1854


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1858


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
1833


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1860


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1915


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1890


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1948


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Khorasan, Iran
19th century


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Khorasan, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1865


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1852


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1837


Engagement contract
Khunsar, Iran
1847


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1869


Muslim marriage contract for conversos
Shiraz (?), Iran
19th century


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
1869


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1873


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1861


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1880


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
1889


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1834


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Khorasan, Iran
1888(?)


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1906


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Isfahan, Iran
1873


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1897


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1835


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1878


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1866


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamadan, Iran
1862


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1880


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1912


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1891


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1886


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kashan, Iran
1895


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1828


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1830


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1884


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1895


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1872


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1906


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamadan, Iran
1903


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamadan, Iran
1919


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1915


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Yazd, Iran
1921


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1895


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
1319 hijra (1902)


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
19th century (?)


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamadan, Iran
1926


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kashan, Iran
1805


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1841


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Zargan, Iran
1905


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamadan, Iran
1877


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Nowbandegan, Iran
1918


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1897


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
1884


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1884


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Khunsar, Iran
1942


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Khunsar, Iran
1873


Muslim marriage contract for Mashhad conversos
Mashhad, Iran
1863-64


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mashhad, Iran
1922


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Debdou, Morocco
1876 (?)


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1898


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kermanshah, Iran
1871


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Khunsar, Iran
1893


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tehran, Iran
1920


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tlemcen, Algeria
1839


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Nedroma, Algeria
1857


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Blida, Algeria
1850


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Constantine, Algeria
1897


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Algiers, Algeria
1843


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tlemcen, Algeria
1878


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Constantine, Algeria
1907


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Ghardaia, Algeria
1834


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bristol, England
1874


Marriage contract (ketubbah) form, Sha'ar Hashamayim Synagogue of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews' Congregation, London
London, England
1927


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with depiction of arches
Herat, Afghanistan
1883


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1883


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kabul, Afghanistan
1854


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1886


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1867


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1903
Abraham Moses Luntz Printing House, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1895


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1885


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Herat, Afghanistan
1929
Levi and co. Printing House, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Balkh, Afghanistan
1922


Empty ketubbah form
New York
1980
Artist: Cara Goldberg-Marks, New York

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Philadelphia, USA
1836


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Prague, Bohemia
1863


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Parà, Brazil
1904


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Achiska (Akhaltsik), Georgia
1865


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kutaisi, Georgia
1923


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Gibraltar
1916


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamburg, Germany
1707


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Wessling, Germany
1875
J. Kauffmann Printing House, Frankfurt am Main

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hamburg, Germany
1706


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with depictions of birds
Ernakulam, Cochin, India
1909


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bombay, India
1923


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Calcutta, India
1898


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Pune, Maharashtra, India
1922


Part of marriage contract (ketubbah)
Cochin, Kerala State, India
Early 20th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Cochin, India
1864


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bombay, India
1566


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bombay, India
1942


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Cochin, Kerala State, India
1916


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Calcutta, India
1929


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bombay, India
1903


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
India
1928


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1617


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1809


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
The Hague, Netherlands
1735


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1825


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Salonika, Greece
1928


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Salonika, Greece
1884


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Corfu, Greece
1882


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Salonika, Greece
1922


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Corfu, Greece
1791


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rhodes, Greece
1931


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Rhodes, Greece
1941


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Corfu, Greece
1776


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Hebron, Land of Israel
1874


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1846


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1807


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1926
Artist: Shmuel Ben-David (Davidov), 1884–1927 (after Ze'ev Raban)

Marriage contract form, printed by the Sephardic congregation in Jerusalem
Jerusalem
Late 19th – early 20th century
Levi and co. Printing House, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1888


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1843


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1831


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1872


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1849


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jaffa, Land of Israel
1865


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Israel
1990s
Artist: Ardyn Halter, Israeli, born London, 1956

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Israel
1981
Scribe and artist: Mishael Kadusi, Kermanshah, Persian Kurdistan

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1920


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1935


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Israel
1977
Scribe and artist: Mishael Kadusi, Kermanshah, Iranian Kurdistan

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Israel
1979


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1900


Marriage contract (ketubbah) form
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
Early 20th century
Printed in Rafael Hayyim Hacohen printing house, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tiberias, Land of Israel
1837


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1875


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1847


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1888


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1876


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1867


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1895


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1902


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1937


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem
1984


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1919
Abraham Moses Luntz Printing House, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Amadiya, Iraqi Kurdistan
1907


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Amadiya, Iraqi Kurdistan
1905


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Nesibin, Kurdistan
1923


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sanandaj (Senneh), Persian Kurdistan
1926


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Beirut, Lebanon
1931


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with an amuletic pattern
No Amon (Alexandria), Egypt
1835


Engagement contract
Fustat (Old Cairo), Egypt
1880


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1868


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1869


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1868


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Dar el Beida (Casablanca), Morocco
1937


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1893


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1907
Artist: David Elkaïm, Essaouira, 1851?-1940

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1848


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1898


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1886


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira, Morocco
1927
Artist: David Elkaïm, Mogador, 1851(?)-1940

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Marrakesh, Morocco
1948


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Marrakesh, Morocco
1933
Moses Meir Mizrahi Printing House, Marrakech, Morocco, 1929

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1861


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1896


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1891


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1897


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1902


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1905


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Larache, Morocco
1885


Empty Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Dar el Beida (Casablanca), Morocco
Early 20th century (?)
Printed in the Shmuel Halevy Zuckerman printing house, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1886


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1950


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1902


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1847


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1849


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1869


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1883


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Taroudant, Morocco
1909


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Fez, Morocco
1867


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tangier, Morocco
1906


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tangier, Morocco
1910
Artist: D. M. Benabu

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Meknès, Morocco
1828


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1897


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1904


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1896


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tangier, Morocco
1946


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Morocco
1917


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1903


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sijilmassa, Morocco
1906


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tangier, Morocco
1931
Rafael Hayyim Hacohen Printing House, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1946
Tzion Printing House, Jerusalem, Moshe Sopher Publisher

Marriage contract (ketubbah) form
Casablanca, Morocco
1940s(?)


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Melilla, Morocco
1888


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tangier, Morocco
First half of the 20th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1968


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Erfoud, Morocco
1911


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1941


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1856
Artist: Judah Elmaleh

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1896
Artist: David Elkaïm (Essaouria, 1851?-1940)

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Taroudant, Morocco
1898


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Meknès, Morocco
1897


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador), Morocco
1924
David Elkaïm (Essaouria, 1851?-1940)

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1888


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1893


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tétouan, Morocco
1854


Marriage contract (ketubbah) form
Morocco
Mid-20th century (?)


Part of marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador) (?), Morocco
Second half of the 19th century


Part of marriage contract (ketubbah)
Essaouira (Mogador) (?), Morocco
Second half of the 19th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Central Europe
1836


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1872


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1856


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1905


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1866


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1866


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1878


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1807


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1900


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1876


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1895


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1864


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1899


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1868


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1870


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Damascus, Syria
1843


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Singapore
1880


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Singapore
1937


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Ceuta, Spain
1942
Artist: Meyer Bellolo, Mogador

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Kfar Golan (Jelin), Bashan, Transjordan
1899


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Mosul, Iraq
1837


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Baghdad, Iraq
1950


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Baghdad, Iraq
1905


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Basra, Iraq
1910
Ezra Reuven Dangor Printing House, Baghdad, 1906

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Ponta Delgada, Azores Islands, Portugal
1883


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Faro, Portugal
1841


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with a pair of lions, a Persian national emblem
Isfahan, Persia
1860


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bordeaux, France
1809


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Derbent, Dagestan, Caucasus
1948


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Derbent, Dagestan, Caucasus
1962


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bucharest, Romania
1880


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Botosani, Romania
1938


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Bucharest, Romania
1906
Artist: Peretz Joseph Alkalay
Printer: Daniel Isaac Ashkenazi

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Saratov, Russia
1927


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Djerba, Tunisia
1858


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tunis, Tunisia
1864


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Tunis, Tunisia
1865


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Djerba, Tunisia
1891


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1830


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with depiction of the banks of the Bosphorus
Istanbul, Turkey
1853


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1878


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Edirne, Turkey
1862


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1884


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Ortaköy, Turkey
1885


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1905


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1899


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1925


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Edirne, Turkey
1914


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1829


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Izmir, Turkey
1945


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Istanbul, Turkey
1923


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Edirne(?), Turkey
Early 20th century


Marriage contract (ketubbah) with depiction of the groom offering his bride wine at the Yihud ceremony
Sana'a (K'aa Bir El'azab quarter), Yemen
1794


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Aden, Southern Yemen
1924
Printer: Abraham Moses Luntz, Jerusalem

Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sana'a, Yemen
1892


Marriage contract (ketubbah)
Sofia, Bulgaria
1919


Part of a belt buckle
Bulgaria
19th century


Elaborate belt
Balkans
Late 19th – early 20th century


Belt buckle
Lemberg, Galicia, Austrian Empire
1825


Belt buckle for Day of Atonement
Kraków, Poland, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1820-30


Bells for Torah finials
Germany
18th century


Bells for Torah finials
Germany
18th–19th century


Bells for Torah finials
Germany
18th–19th century


Tie clasp
New York, New York, USA
20th century
Artist: Ilya Schor, born Poland, active France and USA, 1904–1961

“Peace” ring
New York, New York, USA
20th century
Artist: Ilya Schor, born Poland, active France and USA, 1904–1961

Signet ring adorned with a family emblem
Germany
18th century


Signet ring
North Africa (?)
18th century


Signet ring with depiction of the Western Wall in Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
18th century


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Italy
17th century


Wedding ring decorated with filigree knops
Italy
17th century


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic house
Italy
17th century


Wedding ring surmounted by a symbolic structure in the form of a house
Germany
17th century


Shaddai amulet
Turin, Italy
Late 18th – early 19th century


Amulet case
Italy
19th century


Shaddai amulet
Turin, Italy
19th century


Menorah amulet in silver case
Italy
18th century


Amuletic token with the Hebrew letter Heh
Germany
18th century


Amulet case
Venice, Italy
18th or 19th century


Amuletic pendant in a case
Italy
18th century


Amulet with the Divine Name
Netherlands
18th century


Amulet for mother and newborn
Germany
19th century


Amuletic pendant
Italy
18th century


Amuletic pendant
Italy (?)
18th century


Amuletic jewelry
Persia
18th century


Amulet
Italy
19th century


Ring possibly signifying an engagement or marriage
Ottoman Empire
18th century


Amuletic ring
Persia
18th century


Small amulet inscribed with the "blessing of Joseph"
Iraq or Land of Israel
19th century


Amulet adorned with angels' names, fish and flowers
Persia
19th century


Jewelry amulet decorated with amuletic inscriptions
Persia
18th century


Box decorated with amuletic script and damascene work
Damascus, Syria
19th century


Amulet adorned with magic formula text
Persia
18th–19th century


Amulet with suspension hook, adorned with a crowned letter
Italy or Germany
18th century


Shiviti amulet adorned with depiction of the menorah and quotation from Psalms
Persia
18th century


Amulet case with amulet written for the healing of the circumcised Moses Ezekiah
Northern Italy
17th–18th century


Amulet adorned with Hebrew blessing, and surmounted by dolphins
Italy
16th century


Amulet
Europe
16th century (?)


Jewelry amulet, to be suspended at side of the temples
Djerba, Tunisia
18th century


Amulet case adorned with the utensils of the Tabernacle, and Priestly headdress
Italy
17th century


Amulet case adorned with menorah, censer, Tablets of the Law, and incense altar
Italy
18th century


Jewelry amulet made of gold and adorned with Hebrew script
Persia
18th century


Amulet adorned with the Priestly Benediction and menorah
Rome, Italy
1716-50
Artist: Giovanni Battista Faraldi

Seal of Rabbi Solomon Hirschel, chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazi community in London
London, England
ca. 1802


Seal with ivory handle in the form of a hand bearing a torch
Eastern Europe
1875


Seal with silver handle for suspension
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
19th–20th century


Noisemaker
Vienna, Austria
1826


Purim noisemaker
Eastern Europe
19th century


Purim noisemaker
Jerusalem
1993
Made by P. Avrahami

Mezuzah
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
Early 20th century


Back panel of mezuzah case
Austria
19th century


Mezuzah case decorated with a lion, unicorn, and eagles
Poland
18th century


Mezuzah case carved in high relief with crowend Star of David and eagle
Slovakia
19th century


Pair of circumcision cups for the godfather
Hungary
1733


Circumcision shield
Europe
Early 20th century


Circumcision ring
Western Europe
19th century


Circumcision ring
Western Europe
19th century


Circumcision case
Central Europe
19th–20th century


Circumcision case
Central Europe
19th century


Circumcision pillowcase
Germany
Early 20th century


Circumcision pillow
Germany
19th century


Circumcision knife
Germany
17th century


Circumcision knife
Germany
18th century


Circumciser's box and circumcision knife
Poland
1663


Stamp for confirming the ritual slaughter of small cattle
Mannheim, Germany
1745


Stamp for confirming the ritual slaughter of a cow
Mannheim, Germany
1745


Stamp for confirming the ritual slaughter of a bull
Mannheim, Germany
1745


Candlestick
Poland
19th century


Candlestick
Central Europe
19th century


Portable candelstick
Germany
19th century


Pair of candlesticks
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century
Silversmith: Norblin & Co., Warsaw

Sabbath lamp (kandil)
Morocco
19th century


Double−light candlestick
Bezalel School of Arts and Crafts, Jerusalem
1906–29 (?)


Sabbath lamp
Eastern Europe
Early 19th century


Israel Dahan, Israeli, born Morocco 1944
Sabbath lamp
1983/2015

Candelabra
Italy
18th century


Sabbath candelabra
Poland
18th century


Seven-branched synagogue menorah adapted for electricity
Central Europe
20th century


Seven-branched synagogue menorah adapted for electricity
Central Europe
First half of the 20th century


Seven-branched synagogue menorah
Italy
ca. 1800


Miniature two-branched candelabra
Germany
Late 19th century or 20th century


Miniature three-lights candelabra
Germany
Late 19th century or 20th century


Candelabra with six candleholders
Germany
First half of the 20th century


Candelabra (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Poland
19th century


Candelabra (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Germany
19th century


Miniature many-branched candelabra
Central Europe
19th century


Candelabra (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Poland
19th century


Candelabra (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Poland
First half of the 20th century


Candelabra (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century


Backplate of a sconce
Poland
18th century


Memorial lamp
Sfax, Tunisia
Early 20th century


Synagogue lamp
Tétouan, Morocco
Early 20th century


Synagogue candelabra
Germany
1927


Sconce with one bracket candlestick
Poland
Late 19th century
Artist: Hochman, according to an older model

Small Sabbath lamp similar to Hannukah lamp design
Northern Italy (?)
18th century (?)


Miniature Shabbat lamp similar to Hanukkah lamp design
Land of Israel
18th century


Table lamp with oil fonts
Eastern Europe
Early 20th century


Filigree Hanukkah lamp with Tablets of the Law
Poland
First half of the 20th century


Hanukkah lamp with crowned Tablets of the Law flanked by lions
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp in Gothic style
Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with the monogram JL
Central Europe
1931


Sofa-shaped Hanukkah lamp
Poland
First half of the 20th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria
1860


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with lions supporting missing menorah
Poland
Early 20th century


Bench-shaped Hanukkah lamp with shells and foliage motifs
Vienna, Austria
1840


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with double-headed eagle
Ukraine
19th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with green stones
Austria
1851


Hanukkah lamp with lion-shaped oil fonts
Berlin, Germany
19th century


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with double-headed eagle
Poland or Ukraine
1803


Hanukkah lamp with crowned Tablets of the Law surmounted by a rose
Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with Tablets of the Law surmounted by flower basket
Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with Tablets of the Law flanked by lions against starry background
Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with spread-winged eagle
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1860


Fragment of Hanukkah lamp (shelf for oil fonts)
Poland
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria
19th century


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with dedicatory inscription flanked by eagles
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Poland
19th century


Free-standing Hanukkah lamp surmounted by an eagle
Eastern Europe
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with gilt menorah flanked by lions
Poland
Early 20th century


Neo-classical Hanukkah lamp surmounted by flame
Germany
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with menorah and large amphoras
Austria (?)
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with palm trees and grapes
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with Tablets of the Law flanked by lions
Kaschau (Košice), Austria-Hungary
19th century


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of an opulent crowned sofa
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with Tablets of the Law inscribed with the names of a couple
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with birds and palm trees
Warsaw, Poland
1882


Hanukkah lamp with Star of David and roundels
Poland
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1857


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1857


Hanukkah lamp with scrolled branches (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Hungary (?)
First half of the 20th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Central Europe
19th century


Small standing Hanukkah lamp with dedicatory inscription
Hungary (?)
1935


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with menorah flanked by lions
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Mid-18th century


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with menorah flanked by lions
Frankfurt am Main (?), Germany
19th century


Hanukkah lamp recalling the Temple Menorah, topped by a figure of Judith
Germany (?)
Late 19th century


Sofa-shaped Hanukkah lamp
Vienna, Austria (?)
Early 20th century


Basket-shaped Hanukkah lamp surmounted by warrior figure
Austria
1872


Hanukkah lamp with crowned double-headed eagle
Austria
1850


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with double-headed eagle
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1862


Openwork Hanukkah lamp adorned with lions and foliate pattern
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Sofa-shaped Hanukkah lamp surmounted by crown, rampant lions and bunch of flowers
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1846


Openwork Hanukkah lamp
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with flowers flanked by birds
Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with double-headed eagle
Poland, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Crowned Hanukkah lamp with curtains framing peacock on display
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with triangular shaped backplate
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Mid-18th century
Silversmith: Rötger (Rüdiger) Herfurth, active 1748–76

Hanukkah lamp
Germany (?)
19th century


Small standing Hanukkah lamp with twisted stem
Austria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp on shaped shelf
Central Europe
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria
19th century


Small Hanukkah lamp in Art Deco style
Central Europe
First half of the 20th century


Stone Hanukkah lamp shaped like a gate
Jerusalem
ca. 1900


Small Hanukkah lamp surmounted by Star of David
Germany
First half of the 20th century


Miniature standing filigree Hanukkah lamp
Central Europe (?)
First half of the 20th century


Small Hanukkah lamp with Star of David
Central Europe (?)
First half of the 20th century


Synagogue Hanukkah lamp with geometrical lattice pattern
Poland
19th century


Stone Hanukkah lamp with remnant of early handle (?)
Yemen
1930s


Restored Hanukkah lamp
Central Europe
19th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Austria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Tiny Hanukkah lamp with Star of David
Austria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp (upper part, designed to be mounted on a stem)
Vienna, Austria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hannukah lamp (upper part, to be mounted on a stem)
Germany
Early 20th century


Damaged Hanukkah lamp with missing parts
Germany
Late 19th – early 20th century


Hanukkah lamp with elaborate Renaissance-style motifs
Italy
18th century (?)


Backplate of a Hanukkah lamp
Hungary
Late 19th – early 20th century


Backplate of a Hanukkah lamp with Hanukkah lamp motif
Austria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Basket-shaped candleholder for servant light of a Hanukkah lamp
Bamberg, Germany
19th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a jug flanked by olive branches
Israel
ca. 1950
Manufactured by Pal Bel

Synagogue Hanukkah lamp surmounted by emblematic Polish eagle
Poland
19th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a bench with roof and side panels
Germany
18th–19th century


Tin Hanukkah lamp shaped like a bench, with fluted oil fonts
Germany
19th century


Tin Hanukkah lamp shaped like a bench
Germany
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with silver openwork
Copenhagen, Denmark
1806


Hanukkah lamp adorned with crowned heart, lions, and birds
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp
Alibag, Konkan, India
20th century


Hanukkah lamp (?)
Egypt or Syria
12th-13th century


Hanukkah lamp
France or northern Italy
15th–16th century


Hanukkah lamp decorated in "European arabesque"
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp with depiction of two dragons
Germany
14th-15th century (?)


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a gate
Italy
18th century


Hanukkah lamp decorated with centaurs and Medusa head
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp decorated with grotesques, dragons, sphinx, and cornucopias
Italy
16th century


Early triangular Hanukkah lamp
Sicily
Late 15th century


Hanukkah lamp with openwork scaled pattern
Italy
16th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with rows of arched pointed windows
Sefrou, Morocco
19th century


Hanukkah lamp with depiction of the mythological scene the "Judgment of Paris"
Germany
17th century (?)


Hanukkah lamp decorated with dragons’ silhouette
Italy
18th century (?)


Hanukkah lamp adorned with dolphins holding small pails
Horb am Neckar, Germany
18th century
Artist: Carl Sichler

Hanukkah lamp
Berlin (?), Germany
18th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a sofa
Strasbourg (?), France
Early 19th century


Hanukkah lamp decorated with dragons, dolphins, tree, and tulips
Netherlands
18th century


Upright Hanukkah lamp
Bohemia
18th century


Chandelier-shaped Hanukkah lamp surmounted by a birdcage
Russia
19th century


Small Hanukkah lamp shaped like a gate
Italy
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with row of gates, foliage and Hamsah
Algiers, Algeria
18th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a rectangular box with eight inner compartments
Neusatz (Novi Sad), Austria-Hungary
19th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like a gate
Germany
18th century


Hanukkah lamp with reflectors for the additional Sabbath candlelights
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp
Poland
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with depictions of Menorah flanked by two figures
Netherlands
18th century


Hanukkah lamp engraved with depiction of a man lighting a menorah
Frankfurt am Main (?), Germany
1756
Artist: Johann Philip Henschel (?)

Painted ceramic Hanukkah lamp
Cabilia (?), Algeria
18th century


Hanukkah lamp
Vienna, Austria
18th century


Hanukkah lamp adorned with row of arched pointed windows, and birds
Morocco
18th century


Hanukkah lamp decorated with gates and arabesques
Morocco
17th–18th century


Hanukkah lamp
Salonika (?), Greece
18th century


Small Hanukkah lamp
Algiers (?), Algeria
19th century


Hanukkah lamp
Poland
Early 19th century


Hanukkah lamp in the shape of Empire style furniture
France or Austria
Early 19th century


Hanukkah lamp shaped like sofa in Empire style
Poland
ca. 1800


Small upright Hanukkah lamp
Vienna, Austria
1814


Hanukkah lamp inscribed with Jacob's blessing to Joseph
Iraq
19th century


Hanukkah lamp
Iraq
Late 19th century


Hanukkah lamp attached to elaborate stem with twisted snakes
Brno, Austria-Hungary
1807


Hanukkah lamp with four Sabbath candleholders
Poland
18th century


Ludwig Yehuda Wolpert, born Germany, active Israel and USA, 1900–1981
Hannukah lamp
Jerusalem, Israel
1950s

Synagogue eternal light with Star of David
Austria
Late 19th – early 20th century


Plaque for a synagogue memorial lamp
Rissani, Tafilalet, Morocco
Early 20th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austro-Hungarian Empire
Late 19th century


Spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Spicebox in dovecote form
Czechoslovakia
1929


Spicebox
Vienna
1840–69


Spicebox
Eastern Europe
First half of the 19th century


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Spicebox
Vienna, Austria
1840–69


Spicebox
Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Austrian Empire
1810–24


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
Late 18th – early 19th century


Spicebox
Austrian Empire
1857


Spicebox
Eastern Europe
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Spicebox with a hinged roof
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1929–42


Spicebox
Innsbruck, Austria
1866–72


Spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Russia (?)
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
1840–60


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1869–72


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Innsbruck, Austria
1866–72


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1929


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Kaschau (Košice), Austria-Hungary
Late 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Kaschau (Košice), Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Prague, Bohemia, Austrian Empire
1813


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Kaschau (Košice), Austria-Hungary
1872


Spicebox
Poland
18th century


Spicebox
Poland
19th century


Spicebox
Poland
18th century


Spicebox
Austrian Empire
First half of the 19th century


Spicebox
Munkács, Austria-Hungary
Second half of the 19th century


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Vienna
ca. 1866


Spicebox
Budapest, Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1866–72


Spicebox
Bochnia, Galicia, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1815


Spicebox with the names of the owners
Raab, Hungary
1837


Spicebox with dedicatory inscription to a rabbi
Czechoslovakia
1929–42


Spicebox
Vienna, Austria
1840–69


Tower-shaped spicebox
Warsaw, Poland
1920


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
First half of the 20th century


Spicebox
Germany
18th century


Spherical spicebox on a triangular stand
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Spicebox
Austrian Empire
First half of the 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Austrian Empire
1810–24


Tower-shaped spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1872–1922


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Spicebox
Poland
1920


Tower-shaped spicebox with inscription
Germany
1893


Tower-shaped spice box
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1840


Tower-shaped spicebox combined with Havdalah cup
Ukraine
1882–96


Tower-shaped spicebox
Austria-Hungary
1866–72


Spicebox
Eastern Europe, Austrian Empire
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox with the names of the owners
Austrian Empire
1859


Spicebox
Vienna, Austria
1840–69


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austro-Hungarian Empire
Second half of the 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Budapest, Hungary
1800–18


Tower-shaped spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1872–1922


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Budapest, Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1866–72


Spherical spicebox on a stand
Prague, Bohemia, Austrian Empire
1813


Tower-shaped spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1834


Spicebox
Moscow, Russia
1855–88


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
Late 18th – early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Brno, Moravia
19th century


Spicebox
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1857


Spicebox with flag inscribed with the name of the owner
Central Europe
1862


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Warsaw, Poland
1895
Silversmith: M. Harlap

Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Spicebox
Eastern Europe
19th century


Spherical spicebox on three legs
Klausenburg, Austria-Hungary
19th century


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1869–72


Spicebox with initials on the flag
Central Europe
18th century


Spicebox
Austria-Hungary
1866–1922


Tower-shaped spicebox
Czechoslovakia
First half of the 20th century


Spicebox
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
1859


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Spicebox
Austria-Hungary
18th century


Spicebox decorated with birds, lions, and dragons
Poland
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox encircled by turrets
Czechoslovakia
1929


Tower-shaped spicebox decorated with a unicorn
Poland
19th century


Spicebox with a lion-shaped flag
Brno, Moravia, Austrian Empire
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Germany
19th century


Spicebox decorated with snake heads
Austria-Hungary
1866–72


Tower-shaped spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Kaschau (Košice), Austria-Hungary
1867–1918


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Baja, Hungary
Early 19th century


Spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1929


Spicebox
Pressburg, Hungary
1800–26
Silversmith: Fredericus Becker senior (active ca. 1800–26)

Tower-shaped spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Spicebox
Central Europe
19th century


Spicebox
Eastern Europe
Late 18th – early 19th century


Spicebox
Vienna
1866–72


Spicebox
Lemberg, Galicia, Austrian Empire
1833


Tower-shaped spicebox
Czechoslovakia
1922–29


Tower-shaped spicebox
Nuremberg, Germany
1700–50
Silversmith: Johann Conrad Weiss (active 1699–1751)

Tower-shaped spicebox
Nuremberg, Germany
First half of the 18th century


Spicebox
Lisbon, Portugal
1816–28


Spicebox
Poland
Early 19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Poland
18th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Lemberg, Galicia, Austrian Empire
1806–09


Spicebox
Russia (?)
ca. 1860


Tower-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
Late 18th – early 19th century


Fish-shaped spicebox
Eastern Europe
Late 19th – early 20th century


Birdcage-shaped spicebox
Vienna, Austria
1883–1909
Silversmith: Hermann Südfeld, active 1883–1909

Flask-shaped spicebox
Vienna, Austria
1866


The upper part of a spicebox
Austria-Hungary
1867–72


Spicebox
Germany
19th century


Upper part of a spicebox, also used as a cover for a Havdalah cup
Austria
19th century


Spicebox
Russia
Early 19th century


Spicebox shaped as a train engine
Austria
19th century


Tower-shaped spicebox with inner box joined to the roof
Germany
18th century


Spicebox in pomegranate shape
Danzig (Gdansk), Poland
Late 17th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Frankfurt, Germany
17th–18th century


Tower-shaped spicebox with inner hinged container
Germany
17th–18th century


Spicebox surmounted by an eagle
Poland
19th century


Spicebox
Central Europe
18th century


Spicebox
Germany
18th century


Spicebox
Poland
19th century


Pear-shaped spicebox with rampant lion
Poland
19th century


Spice container
Algeria
Early 20th century


Spicebox
Poland
18th century


Spicebox
Germany
18th century


Tower-shaped spicebox
Hameln, Germany
1743
Artist: Jobst Henrich Hurrlebusch (1691–1750)

Tower-shaped spicebox
Augsburg, Germany
1757–59


Spicebox
Germany
18th century


Pear-shaped spicebox
Poland
18th century


Spicebox in the shape of a box with sliding lid
Germany
18th century


Spicebox
Poland
19th century


Parrot-shaped spicebox with three fishes
Poland
19th century


Goblet-shaped spicebox
Poland
19th century


Spicebox in tiny vase-form
Germany
19th century


Spicebox in tiny barrel-shape
Germany
19th century


Spicebox
Poland
19th century


Pear-shaped spicebox surmounted by griffin
Poland
19th century


Spicebox
Russia or Poland
19th century


Pear-shaped spicebox
Poland
Mid-19th century
Silversmith: Abraham Reiner (master 1851–80)

Small spicebox
Stanislawow, Poland
1818


Spicebox
Poland
19th century


Fish-form spicebox
Poland
19th century


Fish-form spicebox
Poland
19th century


Fish-form spicebox
Poland
Early 20th century


Fish-shaped spicebox
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Spicebox with onion-shaped roof
Cracow, Galicia
1818-43
Artist: Stanislaw Westafalewicz

Spicebox shaped as the Dome of the Rock
Bezalel, Jerusalem
1908-29


Tower-shaped spicebox with forest animals
Poland
18th century


Hannah Bachar Paneth, Israeli, born 1936
Spicebox
1990s

Plate for the Havdalah ceremony
Nuremberg (?), Germany
19th century


Embroidered bag for Etrog
Poland
First half of the 20th century


Lulav (palm branch) stand with dedicatory inscription
Austria
First half of the 20th century


Lulav (palm branch) holder for Sukkot
Poland
First half of the 20th century


Etrog (citron) container with depiction of the fruit
Austria
19th century


Etrog (citron) box
New York, New York, USA
Before 1918
Artist: G. Friedman

Bowl-shaped etrog container (?)
Germany
17th century


Alms box of the burial society
Ottoman Empire
Dedicated 1882


Charity box
Vienna, Austria
1840


Charity box of Burial and Charity Society with inscription
Austria-Hungary
1881


Charity box
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1851


Burial Society charity box decorated with lions
Austrian Empire
1843


Burial Society Charity box
Austria
19th century


Charity box with dedicatory inscription
Pressburg, Austrian Empire
1814
Silversmith: Fridericus Becker senior, active ca. 1800–1826

Charity box with inscription
Hungary, Austrian Empire
1819


Charity box of the Status Quo Burial Society with inscription
Vác, Hungary
Late 1870s


Charity box for bridal fund with dedicatory inscription
Hungary
Second half of the 19th century


Burial Society charity box
Austria-Hungary
1865


Tombstone-shaped Burial Society charity box with inscription
Hungary, Austrian Empire
1816


Burial Society charity box from for prayers for the deceased, with dedicatory inscription
Austria-Hungary
1899


Burial Society charity box with inscription
Austria-Hungary
1897


Two Burial Society charity boxes with inscriptions
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1852


Burial Society charity box with inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1847


Burial Society charity box with inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1868


Charity box of the Status Quo Burial Society with inscription
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Burial Society charity box with dedicatory inscription on plaque shaped like Tablets of the Law
Vienna
1836


Burial Society charity box with dedicatory inscription
Budapest, Hungary, Austrian Empire
1861


Small charity bowl with inscription
Marosvásárhely, Transylvania
1858
Silversmith: Shmuel Philip (active second half of the 19th century)

Small charity bowl of Burial and Charity Society with dedicatory inscription
Marosvásárhely, Transylvania
1858
Silversmith: Shmuel Philip, active second half of the 19th century

Small charity plate with dedicatory inscription
Austria-Hungary
1867–1918


Charity box
Central Europe
19th century


Charity box
Poland
19th century


Small charity box or savings bank
Austria-Hungary
Late 19th – early 20th century


Tankard-shaped charity box
Lvov, Poland
1775


Decorated box for book
The Balkans, Ottoman Empire
19th century


Spicebox for Havdalah ceremony (?) with depictions of local scenes of houses and animals
Norway
18th century


Folding eyeglasses, with silver case decorated with Hebrew inscriptions
Austria
19th century


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
ca. 1880


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1845


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1852


Poalei Tzedek Society kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Cluj, Transylvania
1906


Kiddush goblet of Burial and Charity Society with inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1866


Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription
Czechoslovakia
1926


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Austro-Hungarian Empire
19th century


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Second half of the 19th century


Lidded kiddush goblet of the Gifts for the Poor Society
Central Europe, Austro-Hungarian Empire
19th century


Kiddush goblet with inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1818


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Central Europe
1940


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1889


Burial Society kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Austria-Hungary
1898


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Central Europe
1906


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1874


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription, with lid and handle
Central Europe (?)
1814


Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1861


Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription
Russia
1895


Kiddush cup
Nuremberg, Germany
1655–1705
Silversmith: Johann Höfler (active 1655–1705)

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1861


Kiddush goblet for synagogue with dedicatory inscription
Stuttgart, Germany
1835


Kiddush cup
Augsburg, Germany
1680–85
Silversmith: Johann Christoph Treffler (active 1680–1722)

Kiddush cup
Augsburg, Germany
17th century


Kiddush cup
Augsburg, Germany
1685
Silversmith: Matthäus Baur II (active 1681–1728)

Kiddush goblet with dedicatory inscription
Central Europe
1898


Hevrat Sandekaut Havdalah goblet with inscription
Austria-Hungary
1872


Kiddush goblet
Nuremberg, Germany
1787–90
Silversmith: Friedrich Johann Ehe (active 1773–1808)

Kiddush goblet
Augsburg, Germany
1779–81
Silversmith: Johann (Josef) Michael Bettle (active 1752–1794)

Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription and family emblem
Augsburg, Germany
17th century


Kiddush cup
Moscow, Russia
1815
Silversmith: Gavrila Ustinov (active 1806–52)

Double cup for circumcision ceremony
Augsburg, Germany
18th century


Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription and depictions of holy sites
Land of Israel
Late 19th century


Kiddush cup with dedicatory inscription
Cluj, Transylvania
1691
Silversmith: Danieli Brassai

Cup and plate for the Havdalah ceremony
Rabat, Morocco
20th century


Goblet for the Schwabach Burial Society banquet
Nuremberg, Germany
ca. 1700
Artist: Johann Conrad Weiss

Sukkot cup
Fürth, Germany
First half of the 18th century
Artist: Johann Rünnecke [J. Rimonim]

Kiddush cup
Augsburg (?), Germany
18th century


Passover cup
Nuremberg, Germany
18th century


Sukkot cup
Vienna, Austria
1737


Kiddush cup
Poland
19th century


Kiddush Cup
Poland
19th century


“Token of love” cup and saucer
Berlin, Germany
1837


Cup and saucer inscribed with ode to youth
Berlin, Germany
1837-44


Kiddush cup
Ciechucinek, Poland
19th century


Two small cups with Hebrew inscriptions



Basin with handle decorated with nymph figurines and medallion cast after a Dürer engraving, "The Sea Monster"
Verona, Italy
Late 16th century
Artist: Giuseppe de Levis (active 1577–1605)

Kiddush cup
Poland
18th century


Elijah goblet inscribed with citations from the Haggadah
Germany (?)
Mid-19th century


Tom Otterness, American, born 1952
Elijah's cup
New York, New York, USA
1994

Tankard bearing the coat of arms of Ishak Carrilho (1699–1755)
Boston, Massachusetts
ca. 1735
Silversmith: Jacob Hurd (1702–1758)

Three-tiered Seder plate
Austria
19th–20th century


Seder plate
Central Europe
19th–20th century


Seder plate
Central Europe, Alsace (?)
19th century


Seder plate
Vienna, Austria
1822


Seder plate
Poland
Early 20th century


Small dish for haroset (symbolic food for the Seder)
Austro-Hungarian Empire
1886–1922


Small dish for the egg for the Seder
Austro-Hungarian Empire
1886–1922


Wheelbarrow-shaped dish for haroset (symbolic food for the Seder)
Poland
Late 19th century


Seder plate
Central Europe
Late 19th – early 20th century


Seder plate
Germany
ca. 1773


Passover plate decorated with blue brushstrokes
Delft, Netherlands
18th century


Seder plate with depiction of Matzah baking
Germany
18th century


Small Passover bowl
Persia
15th century (?)


Seder plate decorated with depictions of Adam and Eve, double-headed eagle, and three matzot
Germany
1773


Passover plate with depictions of the Egyptian cities "Pithom" and "Rameses" as European cities
Germany
1769
Artist: Jacob Schott

Passover plate
Germany
18th century


Tom Otterness, American, born 1952
Seder plate
New York, New York, USA
1996

Decorative plate with the biblical scene of Samson splitting the lion's jaw
Vienna, Austria
Early 19th century


Part of an unidentified object
Austria-Hungary
1868 (?)


Saucer for Kiddush cup (?)
Germany
18th century


Havdalah plate with inscription from Psalms
Germany
Late 19th or early 20th century


Decorative plate with Yiddish inscription
Russia
Late 19th century


Plate inscribed with the blessing for bread
Poland
19th century


Decorative plate with dedicatory inscription to the Rabbi of the Satmar Community
Satmar (Satu Mare), Transylvania, Austria-Hungary
19th century


Plate adorned with the scene of Eve offering the apple to Adam
Germany
1523


Plate adorned with hands raised for the Priestly Benediction
China
18th century


Basin for ritual hand-washing (apparently part of a set)
Frankfurt, Germany
18th century
Artist: Klingling

Cup and saucer with dedication inscriptions
Braunschweig, Germany
1835


Laver and basin for Priests' ritual hand washing with dedicatory inscriptions
Pest, Hungary
1858


Basin for ritual hand washing with dedicatory inscription
Austria-Hungary
1910


Basin for ritual hand washing with dedicatory inscription
Austria
1924


Cup for ritual hand-washing (netilat yadayim)
Germany
1882(?)


Sabbath wine flask
Syria
19th century (?)


Tankard-shaped etrog container
Poland
1767


Wooden spoon decorated with fish and birds
Eastern Europe
19th century


Wooden spoon decorated with a double-headed eagle and a crown
Eastern Europe
19th century


Tray
Germany
Early 20th century


Table lamp with elaborate silver lampshade
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1911-14
Artist: Erich Goldberg, Bezalel, Jerusalem, 1911–14

Esther scroll and case with crown surmounted by bird
Poland
1920s


Esther scroll and case with dedicatory inscription to a bridegroom
Poland
19th century


Case for Esther scroll adorned with vegetal motifis in Rococo style
Vienna, Austria
ca. 1860


Case for Esther scroll inscribed with the name of the owner
Poland
19th century


Case for Esther scroll adorned with inscription
Warsaw, Poland
1884
Silversmith: Antoni Riedel (active 1870–1907)

Esther scroll and case depicting Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus
Central Europe
19th–20th century


Esther scroll and case with crown surmounted by Star of David
Salonika, Greece
Late 19th century


Esther scroll case
Rome, Italy
1815–31
Silversmith: Nicola Colangeli II

Esther scroll from Iraq in a silver European case decorated with depictions from the story of the scroll



Scroll of Esther case given to the groom
Bulgaria
Early 19th century


Decorative shield with quotations from Judges and Malachi
Germany
19th century


Prayer book and silver binding adorned with family emblems



Bible book binding with five shaped chains on the spine, over red velvet
Germany or Italy
16th century


Silver book cover, probably a wedding gift
Venice, Italy
17th–18th century


Book container in silver bookbinding form, adorned with family emblem
Rome, Italy
1778
Artist: Giovanni Battista Sabatini (1766–1816)

Book binding for Pentateuch with depiction of the Binding of Isaac
Poland
18th century


Silver binding for Pentateuch
Germany
1770


Prayer book binding with depictions of wedding ceremony and the Binding of Isaac
Germany



Bible silver binding with lacework pattern
Augsburg, Germany
17th century


Two fragments of a Torah scroll
Germany
19th century


Small Torah Scroll rolled on silver handles, clothed in a mantle and adorned by a Torah shield
Poland
18th century


Torah crown (atarah)
Venice, Italy
19th century


Torah crown
Venice, Italy
18th century


Torah crown
Eastern Europe
1851


Torah crown with ball-shaped bells
Vienna, Austria
1818


Torah crown
Eastern Europe
18th century


Torah crown with rhyming dedication
Austrian Empire
1857


Torah crown adorned with hands raised for the Priestly Benediction
Alsace, France
1793


Torah crown
Breslau, Germany
First half of the 18th century
Silversmith: Gottfried Ihme (1691–1787)

Torah crown with finials
Austria-Hungary
1910


Torah crown with zodiac symbols
Ukraine
1807


Torah crown from the Vittorio Veneto Synagogue
Vittorio Veneto, Italy
ca. 1836


Torah crown decorated with images of the Tablets of the Law, incense utensils, Ark of the Covenant, and the headdress of the High Priest
Padua, Italy
17th–18th century


Small Torah crown
Austria-Hungary
1740


Torah crown
Podvoloczyska, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
ca. 1900


Miniature Torah crown with inner device for Torah rods
Austria
19th century


Crown-shaped Torah finials
Germany
18th century


Torah finials decorated with roses
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Torah finials decorated with flowers and leaves
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Torah finials decorated with flowers and leaves
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1856


Tower-shaped Torah finials with tiled roofs
Italy (?)
19th century


Torah finials in twisted-column design
Galicia, Poland
Late 18th or early 19th century


Goblet-shaped Torah finials decorated with roses
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1857


Tower-shaped Torah finials with dedicatory inscription
Nuremberg, Germany
1768


Torah finials with dedicatory inscriptions
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1907


Torah finials with double-headed eagles
Pressburg, Austrian Empire
1830


Torah finials decorated with roses
Austria
First half of the 18th century


Torah finials decorated with roses in high relief
Austria-Hungary
Late 19th century


Torah finials with dedicatory inscription, decorated with a bird, roses, and leaves
Nagyvárad (Oradea), Austria-Hungary
Late 19th century


Torah finials surmounted by crowns
Austria
19th century


Torah finials with ball-shape design, decorated with flowers and leaves
Austria
Late 19th century


Mushroom-shaped Torah finials
Austrian Empire
1856


Torah finials surmounted by double-headed eagles
Pressburg, Austria-Hungary
1813
Silversmith: Fredericus Becker senior (active ca. 1800–26)

Torah finials decorated with flowers and leaves
Austria
Second half of the 19th century


Torah finials decorated with a leaf pattern
Pressburg, Austria-Hungary
1813
Silversmith: Fredericus Becker senior (active ca. 1800–26)

Torah finials decorated with vegetal and geometric motifs
Pressburg (?), Austria-Hungary
Second half of the 19th century


Torah finials decorated with vegetal motifs
Austrian Empire
1840


Torah finials with dedicatory inscription, decorated with the emblem of the Austrian Empire
Austrian Empire
1818


Torah finials decorated with roses
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Torah finials
London, England
1805
Silversmiths: Peter, Anne, and William Bateman

Torah finials in Rococo style, decorated with lions and deer
Warsaw (?), Poland
18th century


Torah finials decorated with a geometric pattern, flowers and leaves
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1880s


Torah finials with inscription
Germany
Late 19th – early 20th century


Burial Society Torah finials decorated with the emblems of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and with inscription
Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1894


Torah finials with crowns, surmounted by Stars of David
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Torah finials decorated with floral motifs
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1856


Belltower-shaped Torah finials
Germany
18th century


Torah finials decorated with pelicans and eagles
Poland
18th century


Torah finial decorated with garlands of flowers and a Hebrew inscription
Salonika, Greece
19th century


Torah finial decorated with crown and double-headed eagle
Pressburg, Austria-Hungary
19th century


Torah finial decorated with emblem of the Austrian Empire
Hungary, Austrian Empire
First half of the 19th century


Torah finial decorated with vegetal motifs
Austria-Hungary
Second half of the 19th century


Charity Society Torah finial decorated with vegetal motifs and a Hebrew inscription
Austria-Hungary
Second half of the 19th century


Torah finial decorated with vegetal motifs
Austria
19th century


Torah finials decorated with birds and dragon-shaped bell-hooks
Austria
19th century


Crown-shaped remnant of Torah finial surmounted by an eagle
Austria
19th century


Miniature Torah finial decorated with crown and bells
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Torah finials
Yemen
19th century


Torah finials (tappuhim) with horseshoe-shaped windows
Meknès, Morocco
Late 19th century


Torah finials
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
ca. 1784


Torah finials in the shape of a palm tree
Jerusalem
Mid-20th century
Silversmith: Yihya Yemini, Bezalel School, design by Ze’ev Raban (1890–1970)

Torah finials
Libya
20th century


Torah finials of the Ashkenazi congregation of Amsterdam
Netherlands
17th–18th century


Torah finials (rimmonim) decorated with foliate pattern
Poland
18th century


Small Torah finials (part missing)
Persia
18th century


Torah finial (one of a pair)
Khunsar, Persia
18th–19th century
Artist: Abraham Cohen

Torah finials
Rangoon, Burma
1888


Torah finials
Vienna, Austria
ca. 1868


Torah finials
Cairo, Egypt
Early 20th century


Torah finials
Amsterdam, Netherlands
1653
Silversmith: Ludolf Drogestradt (1635–1666)

Yemenite-style Torah finials
Israel
ca. 1950


Torah finials
London, England
1719


Urn-shaped Torah finials
London, England
1780
Silversmith: Hester Bateman (active 1761–90)

Torah shield
Augsburg, Germany
1710–12
Silversmith: Johann Fassnacht (active 1686–1726)

Torah shield
Fürth, Germany
Second half of the 18th century


Burial Society Torah shield with inscriptions
Vienna, Austria
1815


Torah shield adorned with three large flowers
Germany
Late 19th – early 20th century
Maker: L. Werkmann firm, Germany

Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1848


Torah shield adorned with depictions of Moses, Aharon and angels
Pressburg, Austria-Hungary
19th century
Silversmith: Adam Renner

Torah shield adorned with lions and crown
Poland, Austro-Hungary Empire
19th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription, adorned with three lavers for the Priests' ritual handwashing
Germany
1764


Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Munkács, Austria-Hungary
1899
Silversmith: I. S. Kupfer

Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1816


Torah shield
Kronstadt, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1825


Torah shield
Germany
Late 17th–early 18th century


Torah shield with inscription, adorned with a depiction of a Priest and lions with hands raised in the Priestly Benediction
Weikersheim, Germany
1763


Torah shield
Bohemia
18th century


Torah shield adorned with "Medusa" face
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
1806–15


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
19th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
1840(?)


Torah shield
Galicia or Ukraine
19th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
1842


Torah shield
Bohemia
Late 18th – early 19th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
1818


Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription on a suspended plaque
Tyrnau, Hungary, Austrian Empire
ca. 1810
Maker: Brüll workshop

Torah shield
Pressburg, Austrian Empire
1820
Silversmith: Fridericus Becker senior (active ca. 1800–1826)

Torah shield with inscription, adorned with lions and angels
Austria-Hungary
19th century


Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Augsburg, Germany
1798
Silversmith: Franz Anton Gutwein, Augsburg (active 1759–1805)

Torah shield adorned with a double-headed eagle
Germany or Austria
Late 18th – early 19th century


Torah shield
Hanau (?), Germany
Early 20th century


Torah shield
Augsburg, Germany
1695–1700
Silversmith: Cornelius Poppe (1650–1723)

Torah shield with window to display names of holidays
Kaschau (Košice), Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1880
Silversmith: Daniel Szakmáry (active 1788–1809)

Society of the Mlatsches Torah shield with inscription
Tokaj, Hungary, Austro-Hungarian Empire
1881
Silversmith: Joseph Lechner (active 1871–1903)

Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Poland
18th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Augsburg, Germany
Early 18th century
Silversmith: Michael Hermann Mayer

Torah shield
Bohemia
1774


Torah shield with inscriptions
Nuremberg, Germany
1770–75
Maker: L. Werkmann, Germany

Torah shield and pendant with dedicatory inscription
Germany
17th century


Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1869


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription, decorated with angels
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1826


Bikur Holim Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1845


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription from 1943
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1842


Torah shield with depiction of the Western Wall
Austria (?)
Early 20th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Hungary
Early 20th century


Torah shield with double-headed eagle
Pressburg, Hungary
1813
Silversmith: Fredericus Becker senior (active ca. 1800–1826)

Torah shield
Berlin, Germany
1821–41
Silversmith: Johann August Gebhardt (active 1821–41)

Torah shield
Augsburg, Germany
1765–67


Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1817


Torah shield with lions and double-headed eagle
Germany
Early 18th century


Burial Society Torah shield with inscription
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1873


Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription on crown
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1851


Torah shield and pendant with dedicatory inscription
Berlin, Germany
Second half of the 18th century
Silversmith: August Ferdinand Gentzmer, 1758/9–1808

Torah shield
Austria
19th century


Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1844


Torah shield
Prague, Bohemia
Early 19th century


Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
First half of the 19th century


Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Hungary
First half of the 19th century


Torah shield with depictions of Moses and Aaron
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1854


Torah shield decorated with parrots, lions, and crown
Konigsberg, Germany
1830–90
Silversmith: Zimmermann

Torah shield with inscription, decorated with double-headed eagle, lion, and snakes
Tyrnau, Hungary, Austrian Empire
ca. mid-19th century
Silversmith: (Johannes?) Sigismundus Birk (active 19th century)

Torah shield with inscriptions
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1856


Torah shield with Hebrew inscriptions, decorated with depictions of Moses and Aaron
Hungary
Late 18th or early 19th century


Torah shield with inscription
Vienna, Austria
19th century


Torah shield
Germany
19th century


Torah shield with inscription, decorated with menorah
Nuremberg, Germany
1797


Torah shield for High Holidays decorated with griffons and lions
St. Petersburg, Russia
1895


Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1857


Torah shield
Vienna, Austrian Empire
1854


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription, decorated with menorah, lions and crown
Germany
1873


Torah shield with depictions of Moses and Aaron
Pressburg, Austrian Empire
1840


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription, decorated with crouching lion and birds
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
1866–72


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Poland
18th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Pressburg, Austrian Empire
1810
Silversmith: Fridericus Becker senior (active ca. 1880–1826)

Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
Late 18th or early 19th century


Torah shield with tiny Torah scroll set in Torah Ark with hinged doors
Lublin, Poland
1839


Pendant for Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Altingen, Germany
1855


Pendant for Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Altingen, Germany
Second half of the 19th century(?)


Pendant for Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Altingen, Germany
Second half of the 19th century(?)


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription, decorated with two birds and a chick
Galicia or Ukraine
Late 18th or early 19th century


Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
1771


Torah shield
Galicia or Ukraine
Late 18th or early 19th century


Fragment of Torah shield with inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
Late 18th – early 19th century


Fragment of Torah shield with dedicatory inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
18th century


Fragment of Torah shield with inscription
Galicia or Ukraine
18th century


Torah shield
Rovigo (?), Padova (?), Italy
18th century


Torah shield from the Vittorio Veneto Synagogue
Venice, Italy
ca. 1790


Torah shield decorated with crown, lions and twisted columns
Nuremberg, Germany
Early 18th century
Artist: Johann Conrad Weiss (active 1699–1751)

Torah shield decorated with the Tablets of the Law
Poland
18th century
Artist: Mordecai Tzoref (?)

Small Torah shield
Metz, France
17th–18th century


Small Torah shield
Augsburg, Germany
Second half of the 18th century
Artist: Andreas Schneider (active 1738-1785)

Torah shield decorated with depictions of Moses, Aaron, and David
Germany
18th century


Small Torah shield
Poland
1806


Torah Shield
Eichstadt, Germany
Late 18th century
Silversmith: Schmidt

Torah shield
Vienna, Austria
1858
Silversmith: Reiner

Torah pointer
Poland
18th century


Torah pointer
Austria
1850s


Torah pointer
Poland
19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
Late 18th century


Torah pointer with dedicatory inscription
Jerusalem, Land of Israel
1916


Torah pointer
Poland (?)
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Hungary
1872


Torah pointer
The Balkans (?)
19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
18th century


Torah pointer
Poland
Late 18th century


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Burial Society Torah pointer with inscriptions
Hungary (?)
1867


Torah pointer
Germany
19th century


Torah pointer
Galicia
19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
19th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Austria-Hungary
1880


Torah pointer
Bohemia
Early 19th century


Torah pointer
Augsburg (?), Germany
1704–45


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer
Eastern Europe
19th century


Torah pointer
Ukraine
19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
18th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Austria
1880


Torah pointer
Oradea, Hungary
ca. 1830


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria
Late 18th century


Torah pointer
Eastern Europe
Early 19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
19th century


Torah pointer
Hungary
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria
1830s


Torah pointer
Poland
19th century


Torah pointer
Germany
Late 18th century


Torah pointer
Poland
Late 18th – early 19th century (?)


Torah pointer with dedicatory inscription
Austria
1852


Torah pointer
Poland
ca. late 18th century – early 19th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Eastern Europe
1728


Torah pointer with inscription
Austria
19th century


Burial Society Torah pointer with inscription
Poland
1800


Torah pointer
Germany
19th century


Torah pointer
Germany
19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
Late 18th – early 19th century (?)


Torah pointer
Hungary
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Hessed Neurim Society Torah pointer with inscription
Central Europe
First half of the 20th century
Silversmith: Riedman

Torah pointer with inscription
Salonika, Greece
19th century


Burial Society Torah pointer with inscription
Hungary
19th century


Torah pointer
Poland
18th century


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Land of Israel
20th century


Ner Tamid Society Torah pointer with inscription
Hungary
19th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer with dedicatory inscription
Holland
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria
Second half of the 19th century


Torah pointer with inscription
Austria
19th century


Torah pointer
Austria-Hungary
19th century