Supported by a firm square base standing on four delicate legs of intertwined silver, this 12 candle candelabra then tapers into a round stem. The stem has an intricate pattern at its foundation, and then rises up, thinning as it climbs, to hold the 12 branches. Each arm of this standing candelabra arches up and down, curving back around to carry the cups, which narrow slightly before they reach the arms, creating an amazing look to house your Shabbat lights.
This pillar candelabra is fashioned in the exquisite style of the Bakio collection at Hazorfim, and thus takes its name from the city of Bakio, located in the Spanish region of Basque. This collection is created in a mix of styles, much like the city it’s named for, with the base of each piece in Gothic-style, with additional Baroque-style designs, and masterfully interwoven threads of silver, painstakingly sculpted and added by hand. These pieces were created as an artistic salute to the beautiful vineyards which can be found in the Bakio Valley.
Custom-made, tall silver candelabra adds a touch of royalty to your table
Fully polished, and easy to maintain, with no hard-to-reach areas
Lifetime warranty to guaranty its beauty
This large candelabra stands at a height of 50 cm, and has a width of 32 cm, and is made completely from sterling silver, bringing a special glow to your table. With the flames held in the embrace of this 12 candle candelabra, you will achieve a look of class for your home, which you couldn’t have reached without this piece.
The inspiration for this unique collection followed a visit by Hazorfim’s artists to the city of Bakio in Spain’s Basque region. Bakio is home to a mesmerizing mix of styles which inspired our stunning new range of silver art. The foundation of the pieces in the collection is Gothic-style, which boasts additional Baroque-style decorations. Further elegance comes from skillfully sculpted silver tendrils which intertwine and are carefully added by hand. The Bakio Collection is an optimistic tribute to the beautiful vineyards of the Bakio Valley.