Sephardic Rimnonium

Sephardic Rimmonim

Sephardic Rimnonium

The staves of the Torah scroll are covered with decorative sleeves or ‘finials’ commonly called rimmonim, Hebrew for pomegranates. Often the finials are decorated with bells. This set originally comes from Aleppo, Syria circa 1700-1800s, and has been in the Hodari family for generations.

A Gift From:
Dr. and Mrs. Alberto Hodari and Family

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