A GEORGE V SILVER TORAH CROWN AND A GEORGE VI TORAH SHIELD
Each maker's mark of Morris Salkind, London, 1929 and 1935.
The first crown form, the sides chased with undulating acanthus on matted ground, the vertical acanthus straps above linked by two tiers of floral swags with pendant bell between, with rising molded center topped by sphere and Star of David--13in. (33cm.) high, (59oz.); the arched topped rectangular shield centered with the Decalogue with crown flanked by lions above, below with four double sided interchangeable holiday plaques in compartment, engraved below with Hebrew donor's paternal memorial inscription, the sides chased with foliate scrolls, hung with three hearts, the shield--12in. (30.4cm.) high, total weight 85oz. (2)