111 210 HANDSOME FRENCH SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER. Of smaller size, the rim with finely formed contemporary Hebrew engraving: “A gift from the sons of Baruch Weil, Esq. to the cherished de Hirsch.” Marks on verso: Louis Joseph Thomas, Paris 1798-1809. H: 2 inches (5 cm). $2000 - $3000 211 AUSTRIAN COPPER PASSOVER TRAY. Central medallion featuring Moses at the Burning Bush; continuous frieze along outer border depicting the Exodus from Egypt with appropriate Hebrew inscriptions. Later German inscription around rim with presentation to Cantor Immanuel Kirschner, Munich 1901. With Diana-head and maker’s mark. Diam: 12 inches (30.5 cm). Late 19th-century. $4000 - $5000 ❧ Very similar in style to Ze’ev Raban’s later Passover plate. Interestingly, Raban studied in Munich and might well have seen and taken note of the present tray. For another example (in silver) see: Sotheby Parke Bernet, The Levine Collection of Judaica, 10 October, 1974, Lot 185. 209 PA I R O F G E R M A N S I LV E R S A B B A T H CANDLESTICKS. Repoussé rococo S-scroll and shell patterns adorn spirally fluted baluster shaft, candle sockets and large domed circular base. Engraved on base with Hebrew inscription: “Rawicz, 1797.” Marked: Martin Kiesling. 8 x 5.75 inches (20.3 x 14.6 cm). Breslau, c. 1770. $3000 - $5000 ❧ PROVENANCE: Sotheby’s, Judaica, New York, 25th November 1985, lot 213. Another example of Sabbath candlesticks by Kiesling c. 1770, appeared at Christie’s Amsterdam, The Schliemann Collection of European Silver, 4th April, 2007, lot 721.