Vintage Large Metal Ship Menorah Size:16 H (at top end) x 29½ W x 3½ D (at base) Ship is 2½ D - 9 Candle Holders Weight: Approx. 10 lb.s Markings: None Metal: Thought to be brass An exquisite Menorah. Please note that this would have to be shipped Parcel Post as it is over 1 cubic foot and the shipping calculator is incorrect in the Priority Mail estimation. If Priority Mail is need the cost would probably be twice the cost of the Parcel Post.
Whitefriars: Star of David paperweight (LE) A fine Judaica art glass paperweight that was made in 1978 in a limited edition of 1000 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Israel. Five rows of tightly packed complex canes surround an intricate blue and white Star of David. This paperweight has five and one faceting with the traditional signature (Whitefriars monk)/date cane. Numbered on base and several available. Diameter: 3 . A wonderful gift for any season!
This lovely stainless steel serrated Challah Knife with ornate brass handle has no makers mark. On one side of the handle are the words Shabbot Kodesh / Holy Sabbith and on the other side is Israel, the blade is marked Best Stainless Steel / with a crown on it's side / Warranted / Stainless Steel. In very good condition, the blade does show some scratches from use and it measures 12 inches long, the blade is 15/16 inch wide and the handle is 3/4 inch wide. An addition to any Judaica Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Sounding the Shofar (14 x 10 ). Unframed limited edition (18/200) print; titled, numbered and signed across the bottom. A native Baltimorean, Bob attended the Maryland Institute of Art 1941-1943. After entering the U.S. Army in 1942, he met an Australian artist and discovered the magic of watercolors. Since then, he took workshops with Eliot O'Hara, Edgar Whitney, Tony Couch and William Lawrence. His artwork can be seem at many Maryland locations.
Two-volume limited edition folio of Reaches of Heaven: A Story of Baal Shem Tov by the 1978 Nobelist Isaac Bashevis Singer (1904-1991), printed on large (18 x 12 /page) Arches paper with 24 original pencil-signed and numbered etchings by Ira Moskowitz (1912-2001). This is Number 170 of 250 copies, each containing a suite of 24 etchings. The text was hand set in 18 point Bembo and printed in 1980 by letterpress at The Stinehour Press, Lunenburg, Vermont. The etchings were pulled at the Sorini Studios in New York. This copy was signed by both the author and artist on the back page (Picture #3). A real treasure! Only one of the etchings is depicted together with detail (Pictures 1 & 2).
Art glass paperweight: rectangular-shaped upright crystal block with a laser sculpture of the Star of David and Shalom written in Hebrew above; beveled edges (photographed on a dark blue background). Height = 3 . A new technology originally developed by the Russians for military purposes: to create each paperweight, an ultraviolet light is projected through the surface of the glass, focused on a tiny point, then fired. A minute particle of crystal is vaporized. Three-dimensional scenes are formed by thousands of controlled firings, while the surface of the glass remains unaltered. Made by Laser Light Creations.