Four Centuries of Jewish Weddings

May 29, 2005 - October 2, 2005
Mezzanine Gallery

Celebrating the Jewish wedding in a display of pieces from the Museum's permanent collection that span four hundred years. On view are accessories for bride and groom, wedding rings, ketubbot and paintings. From a 16th century German wedding ring to an 18th century ketubbah from Verona to a 20th century painting by Abraham Ratner, this mini-exhibition offers a taste of YUM's acquisitions.

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Ceremonial Cup Breslau, Germany, 1752 Silver: repoussé, punched, engraved, gilt Master: George Kohler, der Juengere. Collection of Yeshiva University Museum, New York , The Max Stern Collection.