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Torah Crown, chased silver set with imitation precious stones, Prague, 1830, maker: Tomas Hoepfel

Torah Crown, chased silver set with imitation precious stones, Prague, 1830, maker: Tomas Hoepfel

Crowns in different cultures - History Forum ~ All Empires -Crown of the Holy Roman Empire

Crowns in different cultures - History Forum ~ All Empires -Crown of the Holy Roman Empire

Torah Crown c.1740-1750 Italy Exceptional for its size and precious material, this Torah crown is a rare survival of 18th-century Italian silver and a testimony to the...

Torah Crown c.1740-1750 Italy Exceptional for its size and precious material, this Torah crown is a rare survival of 18th-century Italian silver and a testimony to the...

The crown pictured below is from the Samuel Fisher Collection and was presented to the Miller Museum by the Jewish community of Ponca City, Oklahoma. -

The crown pictured below is from the Samuel Fisher Collection and was presented to the Miller Museum by the Jewish community of Ponca City, Oklahoma. -

Spanish Crown C1600 pinned with Bazaart

Spanish Crown C1600 pinned with Bazaart

A German silver-gilt Torah breastplate by Johann Aloys Bernhard Siffer, Augsburg, circa 1815, recently sold at auction for $33,750. Photo courtesy Sotheby's This Dutch silver Torah Crown by Jacob Hendrik of Helweg, Amsterdam, made circa 1887,  . It hails from the Jewish Community of Den Helder, The Netherlands. Photo courtesy Sotheby's -

A German silver-gilt Torah breastplate by Johann Aloys Bernhard Siffer, Augsburg, circa 1815, recently sold at auction for $33,750. Photo courtesy Sotheby's This Dutch silver Torah Crown by Jacob Hendrik of Helweg, Amsterdam, made circa 1887, . It hails from the Jewish Community of Den Helder, The Netherlands. Photo courtesy Sotheby's -

A Hanias Torah Crown by Martin Carl Hanias (1697-after 1765; master 1719), Nuremberg (Germany), 1719-33 comprised of silver: repoussé, cast, pierced, and parcel-gilt. Photo courtesy The Jewish Museum, New York -

A Hanias Torah Crown by Martin Carl Hanias (1697-after 1765; master 1719), Nuremberg (Germany), 1719-33 comprised of silver: repoussé, cast, pierced, and parcel-gilt. Photo courtesy The Jewish Museum, New York -

Torah Crown

Torah Crown

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