Glass Plate with Gold Leaf - 2 Menorahs. Adaptation. Rome, 4th Century CE

Brand The Israel Museum

Item # IM-526037

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 Glass Plate with Gold Leaf - 2 Menorahs. Adaptation. Rome, 4th Century CE

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Diameter: 22 cm / 8.7"

Bowls embellished with incised gold leaf pressed between two layers of glass were among the various luxury items prodused in the Hellenistic world. This base is one of only a dozen created featuring Jewish motifs.

The design of the base is divided into two registers.  The upper contains a gabled Ark of the Law, ots open doors revaling three shelves of scrolls.  A lion is depicted on each side.  In the lower register, two seven-branched menorahs, a palm branch (lulav), citron (etrog) and ram's horn (shofar) are depicted.

This item comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Enclosed is a short description of its historical background in English and Hebrew.

 
 
 

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