Israel Museum Yad (Torah Pointer)
A blue enamel and pewter yad for reading Torah, based on a design from the Israel museum, comfortable in the hand and perfect to help guide you. The original yad was made in 1904 in Frankfurt, Germany, part of a lavish set of Torah ornaments that was ordered as a wedding gift by “Anna O,” who became a pioneering feminist and social worker. Proceeds from the sale of this yad benefit the Israel Museum. Produced by Marcelle Rosenstrauch for the Quest Collection.
Available on backorder
Materials: Pewter and enamel
Size: 9 1/2″ x 3/8″ diam
Meet the Artist: Marcelle Rosenstrauch Quest Collection
Under the direction of its artistic designer and founder Marcelle Rosenstrauch, the Quest Collection has always been committed to creating the perfect blend of beauty and practicality.
Quest desiginers work in a variety of metals and have now added glass and wood to create more interest in their designs. They use enamel paint and Swarovski crystals to enhance each piece. All enamel items are hand painted in colors that are designed to mix and match. The designers inspire an aesthetic sense and worldview which allows each artist to create as the inner spirit flows, all while maintaining the highest standard of artistic integrity.