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EXOTIC THREE-PIECE CEREMONIAL BAR-MITZVAH OUTFIT
Moroccan, 19th centurycrimson velvet mantle, hand-embroidered with gilt metallic threads in floral and linear designs all around edges and body, accented with multi-coloured nodules, lined in silk with matching Kippah, and Tefillin bag containing actual Tefillin, mantle 24″ long.
GARLIC, PEPPER AND OLIVE OIL$1,500
Hand-made tapestry, wall-hanging on black velvet, using metallic threads, beads and other materials
38″ x 30″
Continuing her family’s tradition, Kami Raviv’s works are
hand-made,showing motifs from her childhood.
HAMSA BY KAMI RAVIV$1,200
Hand-made tapestry, on black velvet using metallic threads, beads and various other materials.
Continuing her family’s tradition, Kami Raviv’s works are all hand-made, showing motifs from her childhood.
18″ x 20″ unframed, 25″ x 26″ framed.
LARGE COLLECTION OF TALLIT, TEFILLIN AND AFIKOMAN BAGS
Eastern European, English, American, 19th and 20th centuryEighteen Tefillin bags of rectangular shapes mainly velvet, two of cloth, in various colours embroidered with Maginei David, floral designs and Hebrew inscriptions with dates plus two Tallit bags and one Afikoman bag (together 26 items)
RARE MATZAH COVER
Bohemian, 19th century. The long undyed cotton strip realistically embroidered in red cotton thread in 4 registers, the first showing the sun’s rays and central Magen David with Hebrew words “For Pesach“, the second showing figures of “the Wise son and Wicked son“, the third with figures of the “Simple son and the One who doesn’t know how to ask“, and the fourth showing the symbolic foods of the Seder and blessing over the Matzah in leafy surround, beautifully embroidered.64″ long x 15” wide.Literature
Barbara Kirschenblatt-Gimblett: Fabric of Jewish Life, Jewish Museum, NYC, 1977, fig. 221
Two Prayer Shawl Collars
Eastern European,first circa 1720, second Eastern Galicia circa 1850,â€œShpanyer-Arbeitâ€on cream silk, non-woven openwork, cotton, silver and copper, incorporating rosettes and geometric patterns
first 35 1/2â€ long, other 39â€ long
Barbara Kirschenblatt-Gimblett Fabric of Jewish Life, Jewish Museum, NY, 1977 figs. 80,86
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