The king's heart is as the watercourses (Proverbs 21:1)A widespread Jewish custom known as mayim achronim is to wash the hands after a meal but before reciting grace after meals. The custom involves passing a small silver vessel filled with water and an accompanying silver dish, to greet the coming blessing with purity and splendor. The Grape Clusters Mayim Achronim recalls the summer and the early days of the grape harves. Inspired by the grapes with which the land of Israel is blessed, this stunning piece is made from pure silver and adorned with tiny silver grape clusters. Hazorfim’s master silversmiths delicately sculpt these intricate decorations by hand to create a magnificent tribute to the fruit of the vine.