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The seventh day, when God rested, is sacred to the Jewish people and is separated and distinct from the other days of the week. We welcome Shabbat with Kiddush and part it with Havdalah. The Shabbat table is also unique, with special tablecloths and other liturgical objects such as silver wine goblets with a cover topped with flowers, the use of which is very common among Italian Jews. 

The Shabbat lamp is of Ashkenazi origins and is known as Judestern- the Jewish star.  

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Kiddush cup with lid

Turin, 1872-1824

Silver and gold ornaments

Gift of the Union of Jewish Communities in Italy (UCEI) in memory of Emma Luzzato Uziel

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Hadas 

Italo, the 19th century

Silver

ON 0021

Myrtle for spices

Italy, 19th century

Hammered and sawn money

ON 0021

A covered Goblet for Kiddush 

Turin, 1824-1872

Silver and Gilding

Gift of the Union of Jewish communities in Italy in memory of Emma Luzatto Uziel 

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Saturday map

Turin, 18th century

Silk, velvet, gold threads, sequins, beads and painted metal

A gift from Anmarchela Tadesky and Graciela Danon to Falco

ON 1093

Shabbat Tablecloth 

Turin, 18th century

Silk, Velvet, Gold thread, Sequins, Beadwork and Painted Metal

Gift of Anamarcella Tedeschi Falco and Graziella Danon Falco 

ON 1093

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Shabbat lamp

Italy, 19th century

Cast brass

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Shabbat Lamp

Italy, the 19th century

Brass

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