Sabbath, the Day of Delight

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1. BLESSING THE LIGHTS . Woodcut. Seder Ha-Tefilot. Sulzbach. About 167010
2. SABBATH LAMP . Silver. Venice. Around 1750. Courtesy of Dr. Sigmund Wassermann, New York10
3. SABBATH LAMP . Brass. Remodelled. Jewish Theological Seminary of America10
4. SABBATH SCENES IN SYNAGOGUE AND HOME . Engraving. C. G. Bodenschatz . Kirchliche Verfassung, 174811
5. SABBATH CANDLESTICKS . Silver. German, 18th century. Dr. H. G. Friedman Collection, Jewish Theological Seminary of America98
6. PAIR Or CANDLESTICKS . Brass-plated. Continental, 1890. Dr. H. G. Friedman Collection, Jewish Theological Seminary of America98
7. THE CANDLESTICK, A WOMAN'S EMBLEM . Tombstone. Sereth, Bukovina, dated 183299
8. CANDLES AND BLESSING HANDS . Indian Ink Sketch of Tombstone Relief from Koretz99
9. SABBATH CANDLESTICK . Brass. 19th Century. Dr. H. G. Friedman Collection, Jewish Theological Seminary of America98
10. PRAYER , by Max Band. Oil Painting. Collection of Mrs. Ethel London, Johannesburg126
11. KIDDUSH PLATE . Porcelain. Scene after Moritz Oppenehim, "Sabbath Eve." Germany. Around 1850. Dr. H. G. Friedman Collection, Jewish Theological Seminar of America126

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