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Reduced By 40%......Bezalel Judaica Tribes of Israel, Sterling Silver Ball Point Pen

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Was €55 now €33.

This is an original circa 1960’s Sterling Silver, beautiful hand chased with the twelve tribes of ISRAEL. It was made in Jerusalem, Israel and is a souvenir ballpoint pen with a red tassle though it will need a new refill. There is a dent on both sides about two thirds of the way down the barrel which can be seen in the photo. At the top it is marked 925 and Hebrew letters. Half way down under the Menorah are four hebrew letters. On the pen barrel above the pen tip is marked "Bezalel, Sterling 925, Made in Israel". This wonderful, vintage pen features the 12 Tribes of Israel and is an important piece of Judaica. Possibly by Hazorfim or a similar Israeli maker of sterling silver. Nice piece of Israel silver history. Raised images of the twelve tribes.

It measures approx. 11 cm (4,5 inches) without tassle.

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