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A pair of German parcel-gilt silver Torah Finials, Johann Jacob Leschhorn, Frankfurt, circa 1770
of tapered two-tier tower form, hung with two rows of bells, crown finial, lower body chased with rococo ornament and applied with monster-headed scroll brackets
marked on bodies, crowns, and staves with city and maker's mark, also marked on six bells
height 12 5/8 in.
32 cm
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Christie’s Amsterdam, 2004, lot 277

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Johann Jacob Leschhorn (Löschhorn), baptized 1740, son of silversmith Jacob, master 1769, died 1787, prolific maker of Judaica (Scheffler, Goldschmiede Hessens, no. 480). A Hanukah lamp by him is in Israel Museum in Jerusalem (Inv. no. 118, 82). 

A similar pair of finials is at The Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, illustrated in the catalogue New Beginnings, pl. 7, p. 26.

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