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Obj. ID: 4934
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  Torah crown, Verona, 1752

© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev, 1986

The coronet is made of silver and consists of a base and a wreath.

The base is round and it has three friezes: the lower and upper one bear a dedicatory inscription and the middle one consists of a row of undulating colonnettes. The friezes are separated by narrow floral rows.

The wreath is round and it has a weavy upper border. The wreath is decorated with openwork floriate patterns. The dedicatory inscription of the lower frieze is engraved in linear letters and reads:

כתר תורה מונח ועומד הן זה תוספת נ... שנת ה'ת'ק'י'ב' מנדבות תכשיט הלבין ז... כלם שמחים.

"Torah Crown laid and standing is a ...........addition , year 5512(1752) from the donation of the........jewel and every one is happy."

The dedicatory inscription of the upper frieze is engraved in full letters and reads:

לכבוד עדות / ה' נאמנה [תהילים יט ח] / נדבת בני ק'ק'י' [קהילת קודש יצ"ו] וירונה

"For the honour the testimony of the Lord is sure (based on Ps.19:7), donation of the people of the Jewish Holy community of Verona."

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Torah crown | Unknown
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The description of this object was written by the researchers of the Center for Jewish Art
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