orange enamel Pall Bell plate, farmer sowing, 9

orange enamel Pall Bell plate, farmer sowing, 9" diameter
Hebrew around the edges says HaZoreem BeDimac Brima Yiktzuru
"Those who sow in tears will reap in joy." psalm 126:5
The Pall Bell signature is visible upper left side of back.
some dents, dings and scratches
weighs 14 ounces

fromthe Pal-Bell web site

In 1939 in Tel-Aviv , Israel , Maurice Ascalon (formerly known as Moshe Klein) founded Pal-Bell Co. Ltd., with the mission of creating tasteful decorative and functional metalwork and Judaica of the highest quality. They were often Art Deco in style. He received formal artistic training in Brussels and Milan . Pall-Bell introduced the use of green patina to Israel 's modern metal craft industry. The application of reactive chemicals to the raw bronze and brass gave many Pal-Bell items their unique "antique" verdigris appearance. This technique was later imitated by other Israeli metal craft companies, and the green patina style became a hallmark of 20th century Israeli metalware.