Supported by a strong base standing on four legs of expertly intertwined silver, this 10 candle candelabra then tapers into an elegant round stem. The stem rises tall and proud, and boasts a sophisticated design at its head and foot, before branching out to hold the arms. Each arm of this large silver candelabra curls up and down, twisting back around to carry the square cups which arch in at their middle, and have a silver trim on the edges, a magnificent look that lends to the overall beauty of this piece.
The Bakio collection at Hazorfim, which this sterling silver 10 light candelabra is a part of, is named for the Spanish city of Bakio located in the Basque region of Spain, and is where our artists drew their inspiration from. The collection is fashioned in a unique mix of styles, like the city of Bakio, featuring Gothic-style bases with additional Baroque-style designs, as well as skillfully interwoven strands of silver, expertly added by hand. These pieces were created as an exquisite salute to the beautiful vineyards which are found in the Bakio Valley.
10 arm silver candelabra made entirely from 925 sterling silver
Easy to polish, with no hard- to-reach grooves
Stands on a firm base, making it safe to use on your table
This solid silver candelabra stands tall and proud at 56 cm, to make the perfect centerpiece for your Shabbat table. When you light the flames in the embrace of this 10 candle candelabra, your home will transform with a peaceful feeling, brought by Shabbat and your magnificent candelabra.
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.