14. Anglo Colonial Silver Star of David Cane-Ca. 1880-Silver knob hand chased in high relief and engraved in fine detail with four deities in individual arcades on the side and a Star of David on the top, malacca shaft and a horn ferrule. An exceptional large size paired with a worldwide representative symbol make of this Anglo-Indian silver Kutch cane a desirable and first rate collectable. -H. 2 ¾” x 1 ½”, O.L. 32 ¼”-$400-$500-Kabbalah teaches that God created the world with seven spiritual building blocks, His seven “emotional” attributes. Accordingly, the entire creation is a reflection of these seven foundational attributes.-They are: chesed (kindness), gevurah (severity), tiferet (harmony), netzach (perseverance), hod (splendor), yesod (foundation) and malchut (royalty). Correspondingly, the Star of David contains seven compartments, six peaks protruding from a center. Today, the Star of David is a universally recognized symbol of Jewry.