104 201 LUDWIG WOLPERT DESIGNED SILVER CHANUK AH LAMP. Lion-form candle-holders, vertical axis set with Hebrew from the traditional Ma’oz Tzur song: Lecha Na’eh Leshabe’ach ["To Praise You is a Delight.”] Marked “Wolpert Sterling.” H: 13 x 10.5 inches (33 x 26.6 cm). $3000 - $5000 ❧ “Almost single-handed, Wolpert brought Jewish ceremonial art into the twentieth century.” See Jay Weinstein, A Collector’s Guide to Judaica (1985) p. 225 no. 301. Another example of this Chanukah Lamp is now in the possession of the Museum Fine Arts Boston, (acc. no. 2013.987). 200 LUDWIG WOLPERT DESIGNED SILVER HAVDALAH SET. Comprising: A Goblet, a candlestick and a spice-tower. Each pierced with related Hebrew liturgical text. The whole set on a silver circular tray. Variously marked. (4). $4000 - $6000 ❧ See Israel Museum Catalogue, Forging Ahead: Wolpert and Gumbel, Israeli Silversmiths for the Modern Age (2012) p. 85. 202 GROUP OF THREE SILVER MID-CENTURY MODERN MEZUZAH CASES. Created by: David Gumbel; Ludwig Wolpert and “Meyers-Creative.” Marked on verso. Height: 5 inches (12.7 cm) and smaller. $3000 - $4000