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Crafted in Moscow in 1837, this silver filigree box was designed to hold the spices (called ‘Besamim’) used in Havdalah ceremonies, held on the Shabbat (seventh day of the week).
The box features a rectangular body, with rounded edges, which is supported on four ball feet. It is covered by a hinged lid, which mirrors the shape of the body below, and which is closed with a clasp. The lid’s four corners are topped by stylised, three-dimensional flowers, and its centre is surmounted by a flower finial. The silver box is fully hallmarked.
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