Candelabras are stately magnificent pieces of art that bring an air of grandeur and spectacle wherever placed. They invite a presence of dignity and distinction to both modern and traditional homes.
With amazing ability and artistry, the talented artisans of Hazorfim handcrafted this 12 arm silver candelabra. The baroque design was influenced by the late Joseph Merdinger who, inspired by his Austro-Hungarian background, produced the Ben Yehuda collection.
When alight, this Judaica silver piece of art has a feel of movement as well as stability. The base and stem are embellished with twirling vines that arc vertically and horizontally with a crescent circular form.
A mounted knop sits above the balanced sturdy base, rising slightly to support 12 splendid labra that spread around the circumference of the central column.
The arms, attached to the stem with a hint of a shoulder, descend slightly with a decorative joint then arch upwards resembling an open palm supporting the capitals. The candle cups are framed with lower and upper drip pans to catch trickling wax. They can accommodate both tea-lights and tapers.
Made from 925 solid sterling silver
Stands tall and majestic at 31.50 inches
Easy to maintain and clean
Can be shipped worldwide with a lifelong warranty
The elegance and panache a candelabra brings to a home are unrivalled. What better way to associate your Shabbat ceremonies with the aristocracy of bygone days.
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The Ben-Yehuda Collection is the first designed by the late Joseph Merdinger for Hazorfim and is influenced by the baroque-style typical of Austro-Hungarian Jews. Merdinger escaped Europe before the war, carrying only a suitcase containing his silversmith’s tools and his vision for "Hazorfim"- a company to revive the tradition of Jewish jewelry making and the traditional skills of hand-made silver art in the Land of Israel.
The elegant pieces which make-up the Ben-Yehuda Collection, are Joseph’s interpretation of classic imperial designs made famous by Jewish silversmiths from northern Europe.