The Ben Yehuda collection at Hazorfim boasts a unique history, and this 6 arm candelabra is privileged to be a part of it. This collection was designed by the late Joseph Merdinger, who escaped from Europe before the war, bringing only his silversmiths tools and a dream of creating Hazorfim - a company where Jews would once again make jewelry with the hand- crafting skills traditionally used by silversmiths. The beautiful pieces in this collection are made in the classic imperial designs, and with the ornate styles typical of Austro-Hungarian jews.
This 6 branch candelabra stands on finely etched curved legs, supporting an arched round base. The stem begins with a bulb shape, and then narrows as it rises, where it branches out gracefully to hold six elaborately crafted drip pans, with tulip-shaped cups on top, to house the Shabbos lights. On each section of this masterful dining table candelabra there are intricate engravings, and detailed carvings, giving this piece a look of ancient royalty, perfect for welcoming the Shabbos queen.
Sturdy base allows you to use it without worrying when children are around
Handcrafted from 925 sterling silver, and custom-made for your order
With a lifetime warranty it will never lose its glow
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At a height of 55 cm, and a width of 38 cm, this judaica silver piece is the perfect choice when you shop candelabras at Hazorfim. With the Shabbos flames reflecting off its pure silver, this 6 arm candelabra will add a new dimension to your Shabbos table.
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.