The Bakio collection, inspired by the Bakio Valley of Spain is peppered with details of Gothic style designs and further embellished with Baroque style decorations and delicate silver threads melted, spun and then placed on each Judaica silver piece. This 8 arm silver candelabra is a beautiful representation of this collection as it contains all these styles and is perfectly executed
This majestic 8 branch sterling silver candelabra is 55.5 tall and is adorned with subtle detail throughout. The hexagonal shaped base is the most intricately engraved, with leaf-shaped appendages mounted on each corner and an alternating pattern of matte and glossy panels. Each panel has a delicate frame made of super fine threads of silver that add texture and depth to each side.
As we move higher up this 8 branch candelabra, the detailing becomes scarcer and the lustrous sterling silver takes center stage as the key element to the beauty of this piece. Each of the eight branches is barely embellished and one is slightly elevated and royally placed in the center. The artists at Hazorfim used the natural beauty of the silver to produce an opulent creation that is also beautiful as a silver candelabra centerpiece.
Subtle designs which bring out the gloss of the sterling silver
Tall centerpiece, adding a dramatic classy look to any table
Adorn your table with a touch of class and bring this 8 arm silver candelabra home for Shabbat. Keep it in the family forever and pass it down with the generations as a unique family heirloom.
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.