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Rare Cloth In Honor Of Sukkot Ashkenaz 19th Century For Sale
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A Rare Cloth In Honor Of Sukkot And Shaking The Lulav, Ashkenaz, 19th Century.
A rare Cloth in Honor of Sukkot and Shaking the Lulav, Ashkenaz, 19th Century.
Hand-embroidered, colored, silk-cloth. Colored, silk thread embroidery of the 'arbat haminim' : lulav, esrog, hadas and arava.
Additional embroidery of the verse ולקחתם ביום הראשון.
All in eye-catching colors.
Delicate, linen lining.
19th century, Ashkenaz.
The lettering font also indicates 19th century.
Very rare work.
Apparently served as a sukka decoration or as a challa cover for the sukkot holiday.
Such cloths, embroidered for specific holidays, were generally made in Ashkenazic communities.
The cloth is in excellent condition, light aging stains, fringed - aging marks on the fringes.
Measures: 46cm X 46cm / 18.11in X 18.11in.
Free shipping, handling and insurance.
Highly sought after by collectors.
A superb Jewish, Judaica, Hebrew, Israel item.
46cm X 46cm / 18.11in X 18.11in.
See item description.
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