001. A Pair of Large Silver Candlesticks

001. A Pair of Large Silver Candlesticks

A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Warsaw, c. 1890. On four grapevine feet with chased midsections and tulip shaped upper candle holders. 12” tall. Marked. Estimate: $1,200 – 1,500 Unsold, Make an Offer May 5, 2019 ← 002. A Pair of Very Large Silver...
002. A Pair of Very Large Silver Candlesticks

002. A Pair of Very Large Silver Candlesticks

A PAIR OF VERY LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Poland, c. 1830. In Baroque style. Chased with C-scroll designs. With original bobeches. Marked 11 loth. 15.3” tall. Estimate: Sold for $600 May 5, 2019 ← 003. A Sterling Silver Spice Tower by Jacob Rozenzweig 001. A Pair...
003. A Sterling Silver Spice Tower by Jacob Rozenzweig

003. A Sterling Silver Spice Tower by Jacob Rozenzweig

A STERLING SILVER SPICE TOWER BY JACOB ROZENZWEIG. London, 1920. On round base with spool shaped body fitted with four eagles. Engraved with former owner’s name Herman and date of December 14, 1920. 9.2” tall. Estimate: $700 – 900 Unsold, Make an Offer May 5,...
004. A Challah Knife With Silver Handle

004. A Challah Knife With Silver Handle

A CHALLAH KNIFE WITH SILVER HANDLE. Germany, c. 1920. The handle decorated with Sabbath table scene including judenstern, a kiddush cup, a Sabbath table and biblical commandment to remember the Sabbath. Verso in the shape of a braided challah. 11.1” long. Marked 800....
005. An Amuletic Silver Spoon

005. An Amuletic Silver Spoon

AN AMULETIC SILVER SPOON. Probably Iran, 20th century. The handle is decorated in the form of a fish. The spoon section is engraved in Hebrew “MAY WHAT WE EAT AND DRINK BE TO OUR SATISFACTION AND HAVE MEDICINAL EFFECTS”. Formerly in the collection of Asea and Jacobo...