The elaborate decoration on this wedding cup includes fleur-de-lis motif on plate and cup. The lower section of the cup is scalloped. Rows of zigzag are faintly incised above.

Footed base, bulbous shape, floral decoration, inscribed Hebrew words on body. Hollow strap handle. Hinged domed lid with inscribed Hebrew word: "Charity," and slot in applique.

Circular base, stepped and domed, leads to short, tapering stem and vase-shaped bowl. Embossed floral decoration on base and bowl; engraved Hebrew lettering in three lines within a cartouche.

Box with floral repoussé recto, chased Magan David verso, chain carrying handle with two swivel hinges, three sets of two decorative medallions suspended on chains from bottom.

Candles have long been associated with the Divine in many cultures.

A pidyon haben, or "redemption of the firstborn son," is a ceremony in which the father of a firstborn male gives a kohen (a priest descended from Aaron) five silver coins thirty days after the bab

Kashrut seal centered by Star of David. Banded and spiral grip.

During the Succot holiday, special huts are constructed and decorated with fruits and vegetables, signifying thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest.

A bed cover that would have been repurposed to hang in a sukkah or synagogue.

Part of Kavesera, the set of luxurious bed-cover and pillows for wedding and childbirth bed, decorated with metal thread embroidery.

Large pyreform lamp, the base, body and neck fluted; suspended by three chains from reflector to projecting S-scroll handles. Inserted amber glass candleholder.