Torah Mantle in repoussé silver, a central altar with two fliligree doors revealing a Torah, surmounted by an eagle with two heads and contoured by two lions among flowering foliage. A mobile disc is engraved with Hebrew inscriptions, surmounting a Rocaille cartouche also engraved with Hebrew inscriptions. Damping decorated with a closed crown, low part furnished with two bells. Retained by a chain. of Hebrew inscriptions. 31 x 22,5 cm Weight : 523 g
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