Judaica collectibles and other Jewish art for sale including ritualistic items, menorahs and hanukkiahs, paintings, spice boxes and scroll boxes and other beautiful Judaica and Jewish art collectibles.
A aquarelle on a Yiddish newspaper painting of a Rabbi by Nahum Socoloff also written Sokolow and Sokolov. This painting is said to be painted in 1926 in a diner in New York City of Rabbi Haftman during prayer with hit talit and tfilin. Dimensions: Height: 70 cm (27.55 inches) Width: 50 cm (19.68 inches)
A decorative scroll case made of alpaca silver with beautiful handmade artisan metal work. Alpaca silver is an alloy that imitates sterling silver and is made of up of copper, zinc and nickel and sometimes iron. Alpaca Silver does not contain real silver, it is sometimes referred to as nickel silver. This handmade alpaca silver scroll case is made probably in the early 20th century. Dimensions: Length: 35 cm (13.77 inches) Diameter: 5.5 cm (2.16 inches)
Antique Candelabra with two branches in rococo style featuring two mythological style fish at the base and flora. This candelabra center piece seems to be French made in the 19th century. It is probably gold gilded bronze known as ormolu. Dimension: Height: 21 cm Width: 20 cm Base diameter: 11 cm Weight: 1.8 Kg
Antique German Brass Menorah said to be a retirement gift especially made for a commercial banker that worked from 1896-1921 as written in the inscription on the Menorah's base. This Menorah is made of heavy brass and is beautifully made either in Germany or Northern Europe. Specifications: Height: 53 cm Width: 48 cm Weight: 6 Kg
A bronze statue of a man drinking from a jar by Nachum Gutman, one of the most famous and prolific early Israeli artists. Nachum Gutman was born in 1898 in Bessarabia and immigrated to Israel in 1905 when under the Ottoman Empire's rule. Gutman was influenced by biblical stories as well as the everyday life of the Arab population, especially in Jaffa and the now city of Tel-Aviv. This bronze statue of a man drinking from a jar is sculpted in a primitive style where parts of material are added on to one another forming the shape without much smoothing or finishing touches. Specifications: Height: 32 cm Width: 27 cm Weight: 5.5 Kg Year Made: 1961 Marked: 6/7 with Nachum Gutman signed in Hebew נחום גוטמן
Warsaw Ghetto is a cast bronze brutalist style sculpture by Kenneth Treister, architect of the Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach in Florida. The sculpture is a depiction of the famous photograph in which the last surviving Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising were taken out of a bunker and surrendered to the Nazi troops. The Warsaw Ghetto uprising occurred from the 19th of April to the 16th of May 1943, in which about 13,000 Jews were killed and German casualties were 150. The photograph has been one of the most iconic depicting the Holocaust and one of the most influential in the 20th century. This Warsaw Ghetto sculpture by Kenneth Treister is of the first and original batch of bronze plaques signed in the back and is 122/150 made on August 1969. Length: 19 cm (7.48 inches) Height: 12 cm (4.72 inches) Weight: 1.9 Kg (4.18 lbs)
Two Hasidic Jews walking during the holiday of Sukkot holding the four species of vegetation used for blessings. A beautiful Judaica painting for the collectors of this fascinating field or an addition to a Synagogue's art collection or display. Oil on canvas. 1970's-1980's Painter signed: Brandes (In English and Hebrew) Dimensions with frame (W x H): 86 cm x 64.5 cm 33.85 in x 25.39 in Price: $12,000 or best offer. To offer go to the Contact Us page to write to us directly.