Tzedaka box, made of 700 silver (tested) together with yellow copper and embedded with turquoise stones.
Was produced by a Jewish artist in Turkey in the late 1920s and was used to collect donations of worshipers before Mincha in the synagogue.
The box has a high carrying handle and has Jewish motifs around it.
The Hebrew word for "charity" is written and the head of the fund opens for the money.
The box is in excellent condition.
It will be well packaged and shipped within 3 days
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(depending on preference - need cleaning or polishing)
- charity box
- .700 silver
- Estimated Period
- First half 20th century
- Country of Origin
- Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
- 24×9×24 cm
- 766 g