JAMM: The Jewish Art Museum of Minnesota: 14th Century Jewish Wedding Rings and Objects of Matrimony-- Marriage Casket, Ketubot, Mahzor images, Communal Wedding Rings, Treasure Troves from Plague Programs 1349-51, Synagogue Mikvah Architectual Fragments, Double Kiddush Cups
Silver, Egypt Description This splendid (and rare) necklace with great pendant is truly a remarkable piece made a hundred years by Jewish goldsmiths for a wedding in the Oasis of Siwa (Egyptian-Libyan border) the family of the husband had to offer an ornamental and heavy piece with a good weight in silver ... Weight:580gr Diameter::8,66 inch For sale in my shop at 28,Galerie du Roi at 1000 Brussels but also on my virtual shop www.halter-ethnic.com...see item "My Lucky Finds"
18kt Gold Jewish Marriage Ring, designed as an elaborate spice tower, opening to reveal a compartment, with Hebrew lettering for Mazel Tov, size 7 1/4. Note: Jewish marriage rings are a traditional gift during the wedding ceremony, and the architectural form of this lot might represent Solomon's temple, the synagogue, or the ideal home. The custom dates back to ancient times
16th century. Gold Jewish marriage ring, the bezel formed as a high pitched roof with blue enamelled tiling covering an inner hinged lid to a box, beneath engraved in Hebrew Mazal tov (good luck), the hoop decorated with five rosettes of open filigree work topped by a five-petalled flower in blue enamel, and a hanging corded ring. On each side is a border of small rosettes between corded work