Burial Society Torah shield with dedicatory inscription on a suspended plaque
Tyrnau, Hungary, Austrian Empire
ca. 1810
Maker: Brüll workshop
Silver, repoussé, engraved, and partly gilt
Hebrew inscriptions: the Ten Commandments; on the suspended plaque: dedication by Kendl, daughter of Lea, who donated this Torah Shield to the Burial Society of the Holy Community of Vetch (Veča), while still living, so that when prayers are said for the righteous she and her husband Aharon Yizhak, son of Hindl, will also be remembered; and the Hebrew year 5617 (1857)
H: 18; W: 13 cm
Received through JRSO (Jewish Restitution Successor Organization)
Wiesbaden collecting point number: 3710
Accession number: B50.02.0324 ; 148/036

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