Wrought Copper Hand Washing Laver Netilat Yadaim, Poland, 18th Century.
Handmade in tapering form ceremonial hand washing laver, made with two large handles.
We recently purchased this item among other items from a small private museum in the town of Mir, Belarus.
According to the owner of the museum, this item, like the others, was found in the wreckages of the Jewish houses in the town of Mir that the German Nazi’s destroyed and burned during WWII.
Good, some cracks.
656gr / 21oz.
Height – 14.5cm / 5.7in.
Top diameter – 13cm / 5.12in.
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