Paul Aron's spice tower, likely one of many in his collection, was crafted by a local Frankfurt silversmith and is an exact replica of the Eschenheimer Tower in Frankfurt. The spice tower displays the local patriotism of Frankfurt's Jewish community and their willingness to embrace and blend both their Jewish and German identities. While Paul Aron was able to preserve this piece of his heritage and with it, the memory of Frankfurt's Jewish community, the community itself was destroyed.


Paul Aron passed away in 1957. His legacy, and the legacy of his community, continues to live on through his collection of Judaica - many pieces of which are now housed at the Aron Museum.