A Clock for a table rabbi's table, handmade by a Jewish watchmaker from Germany in the 1920s
The clock is made of wood in the Art Deco style.
In the front is a copper plaque with a relief of the seven-cane lamp, guarded by a pair of lions in the temple hall.
The clock is made of bone mosaic work and has capital letters instead of numbers.
The mechanism is mechanically operated by a key and spring.
The clock is working properly and in excellent condition for its age.
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- Reloj rabínico
- Cobre, Madera
- Periodo estimado
- Principios del siglo XX
- País de origen
- Excelente estado - apenas usado y con signos mínimos de los años y de desgaste
- 30×9×23 cm
- 1478 kg