To Every Thing There is a Time

For over two decades, Rabbi Eliahu Birnbaum, Director of Ohr Torah Stone’s Straus-Amiel and Beren-Amiel emissary training and placement institutes has been traveling the globe to the farflung communities that Diaspora Jewry has called home. Below is just a handful of his vast collection of ancient Judaica and artifacts from his travels, representing the ancient traditions and rich Jewish history of the Diaspora.

Decorative items that adorn the Torah from Italy, Poland and Turkey
A collection of ancient sefarim from around the world. The hanging lamp on the right is from a synagogue in Greece. The lions and Tablets on top of the book case are from a synagogue in Uruguay by way of Hungary
Rimonim – decorative covers for the tops of the Torah scrolls – from around the world including Turkey, Poland, Morocco, Georgia and Cuba
Additional Rimonim from the world collection. The large Chanukia on the left side of the third shelf is from Morocco
A sample of the Chanukiot collection hailing from (from top to bottom) Italy, Morocco, India, Poland and Greece

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