The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.See details for additional description.
Preface by James S. Snyder, With contributions by Esther Juhasz, No'am Bar'am Ben Yossef, Ester Muchawsky Schnapper, Alia Ben Ami and Efrat Assaf Shapira, Photographs by Mauro Magliani, Styling by Sandrard and Alia Ben Ami Daisy Raccah Djivre is Chief Curator of the Wing for Jewish Art and Life at the Israel Museum. She is the initiator and curator in charge of this project. Dr. Esther Juhasz teaches Jewish folklore and material culture at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Haifa University. She is a scientific consultant for the Wing for Jewish Art and Life, and has published The Sephardi Jews in the Ottoman Empire: Aspects of Material Culture as well as various articles on Jewish dress and material culture. No'am Bar'am Ben Yossef is a curator in the Wing for Jewish Art and Life. Her publications include Brides and Betrothals: Jewish Wedding Rituals in Afghanistan. Ester Muchawsky Schnapper is a curator in the Wing for Jewish Art and Life. Her publications include The Yemenites: Two Thousand Years of Jewish Culture.Alia Ben Ami is an emeritus curator and collection manager in the Wing for Jewish Art and Life. She is the editor of In All Her Finery: Jewels from the Jewish World. Efrat Assaf Shapira is an associate curator in the Wing for Jewish Art and Life.