Shabbat is family time and the Arco collection would not be complete without this 6 tier silver candelabra. Shaped like a tree, with the branches high up, but with smaller offshoots reaching down to the roots, this collection symbolized family. A creative twist on a classic look, this piece is a must-have for your collection of Judaica silver pieces.
Standing tall at 53.5 cm, this magical 6 branch sterling silver candelabra is inviting and warm, adding to the holy Shabbat atmosphere in your home. Beautiful as a silver candelabra centerpiece, it can remain on your table all through Shabbat, adding a touch of refinement to your home.
The base and feet of this 6 branch silver candelabra are designed with delicate miniature flowers and engravings which are reminiscent of roots. With straight vertical lines up the trunk, the artist draws your eyes upwards towards the branches. The branches of this piece are exceptional; not only do the branches have leaf-like embellishments, they are each equipped with an exaggerated extension which turns down and adds to the foliage look, like a willow tree.
Each cup holder is adorned with four miniature leaves, one on each side, and each is shaped like a flower with a drip pan underneath adding even more to the tree theme. This is a real masterpiece, designed and handcrafted by the finest silversmiths in the world.
Treat yourself to a 6 tier silver candelabra, perfect for a growing family!
The Arco Collection is inspired by the form of the tree, rooted in the ground and standing tall. The resulting pieces are constructed on bases of firm, well-established arches which rise up to form a collection of superior silverware. Each piece is adorned with delicate and intricate decorations styled on the leaves of a tree.
Hazorfim’s skilled silver artists patiently hand-sculpt the body of each piece and the decorations which adorn it; an exact process demanding skill and attention to the smallest of details. The time dedicated to each piece in the Arco Collection symbolizes the effort and thought devoted to nurturing and strengthening the family unit- honoring the mitzvot and reminding us of the importance of strong family roots.