8. A Pair of Large Silver Candlesticks by Shmuel Skarlat

8. A Pair of Large Silver Candlesticks by Shmuel Skarlat

8. A Pair of Large Silver Candlesticks by Shmuel Skarlat Warsaw, 1894. On square bases with skirted wax catchers and baluster shaped bodies. Marked. 13.4” tall. Estimate $800 – 1,200 Unsold, Make an Offer ← 9. An Early Silver Torah Pointer 7. A Silver...
12. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks

12. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks

12. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks Dutch, 19th century. On round bases with twisted thick bodies. Upper portion with wax catchers. Marked. 6.7″ tall. Estimate $800 – $1,200 Unsold, Make an Offer ← 13. A Ruby Glass Kiddush Cup 11. A Pair of Silver Torah...
15. A Pair of Large Brass Sabbath Candelabras

15. A Pair of Large Brass Sabbath Candelabras

15. A Pair of Large Brass Sabbath Candelabras Poland, early 19th century. On round bases and solid stems. The upper portion decorated with lions facing each other. Engraved in hebrew “to light the light of the sabbath”. 17” tall each. Estimate $1,200 – 1,500...
16. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks

16. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks

16. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks Germany, 19th century. On triangular stylized base with corinthian column structure. 9.2” tall. Sold for $1,125.00 May 2018 ← 17. A Silver Thread Amulet 15. A Pair of Large Brass Sabbath Candelabras...
34. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks

34. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks

34. A Pair of Silver Candlesticks Berlin, c. 1820. Each on a square base. With baluster shaped bodies and skirted wax catcher. One with an early lead solder repair. Marked. 9” tall. Estimate $700 – 900 Unsold, Make an Offer ← 35. A Silver Beaker by Lazarus...
37. A Large Pair of Silver Candlesticks by Shmuel Skarlat

37. A Large Pair of Silver Candlesticks by Shmuel Skarlat

37. A Large Pair of Silver Candlesticks by Shmuel Skarlat Warsaw, 1893. Each on a grapevine style foot. Mid-sections are baluster in shape and chased. Further decorated with skirted stems. 14” tall. Estimate $900 – 1,200 Unsold, Make an Offer ← 38. A Silver...