Basin; copper; traces of gilt inside; Hebrew inscription on out-turned rim, to one side.
- Made in: Germany
- Diameter: 29.2 centimetres
- Height: 9.4 centimetres
In set with 1899,0421.1. The inscription refers to the synagogue where the basin was used foruthe ritual washing of hands.
For a similar wash basin, see exhibition catalogue, 'Judaica', Kölnisches Stadtmuseum 1980, no.76, in pewter, with loop for suspension at the back, German 18th century.
Not on display
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Object reference number: MCN12682
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