3. A Silver Kiddush Beaker

3. A Silver Kiddush Beaker

3. A Silver Kiddush Beaker Poland, c. 1887. Baluster shape. Engraved with a crown, floral designs and the previous owner’s initials and last name. 3” tall. Estimate $600 – 900 Unsold, Make an Offer ← 4. A Large Sterling Silver Spice Tower by Aron Teitelbaum...
10. A Sterling Silver Kiddush Cup by the Bezalel School

10. A Sterling Silver Kiddush Cup by the Bezalel School

10. A Sterling Silver Kiddush Cup by the Bezalel School Jerusalem, mid-20th century. On round base decorated with applied wire work and cut diamond shaped silver applications. The stem fitted with bezalel insignia. Upper portion with applied plaques, acid etchings and...
13. A Ruby Glass Kiddush Cup

13. A Ruby Glass Kiddush Cup

13. A Ruby Glass Kiddush Cup Eastern European, 19th century. With applied gold leaf indicating the biblical commandment to remember the sabbath in it’s holiness. 5.4″ tall. Sold for $875.00 May 2018 ← 14. A Set of Six Matching Silver Spoons by Bezalel 12. A...
27. An Early Silver Kiddush Goblet by Bailey And Company

27. An Early Silver Kiddush Goblet by Bailey And Company

27. An Early Silver Kiddush Goblet by Bailey And Company Philadelphia, 19th century. On round based chased with flowers. Upper section is chased with houses, flowers and trees. Inscribed with three hebrew initials. 5.7” tall. Estimate $800 – 1,200 Unsold, Make...
31. A Large Silver Kiddush Goblet

31. A Large Silver Kiddush Goblet

31. A Large Silver Kiddush Goblet Warsaw, c. 1870. On round base with knobbed stem and skirted decoration. Marked. 6.5” tall. Sold for $875.00 May 2018 ← 32. A Large Silver Etrog Container by the Bezalel School 30. A Silver Megillah Case by Bezalel...
33. A Silver Kiddush Cup in Honor of a Wedding

33. A Silver Kiddush Cup in Honor of a Wedding

33. A Silver Kiddush Cup in Honor of a Wedding Russia, 1906. Beaker form. Engraved as a gift to mr. Zerach anim and his bride faiga ripinska from mr. And mrs. Zelig zlachnovitch. Marked. 2.7” tall. Estimate $800 – 1,200 Unsold, Make an Offer ← 34. A Pair of...