As part of the Hexagon collection at Hazorfim, these silver pillar candlesticks are made in an impressive design and geometric shape, which represent the six days in which the world was created. The pieces in this collection necessitate a lot of effort, skill, and hard work from our expert silversmiths, much like the days of the week require a lot work in preparation for Shabbat. The talented silver artists at Hazorfim use standard sculpting and soldering methods to join pieces of silver flawlessly, without any visible seams, to create these masterpieces to honor the mitzvot of Shabbat.
The platform of these judaica silver candlesticks is made in a hexagon shape, and rises like a pyramid with a little round separation between the base and the stem. The stem is also formed in a hexagon shape, and widens as it rises, ending in a broader top, before meeting the cup. Each cup of these contemporary silver candlesticks begins as a rounded hexagon which arches slowly outwards as it reaches the sharp-sided rim, creating beautiful homes for the Shabbat flames, and completing these candlesticks with a magnificent touch.
Handcrafted from pure 925 sterling silver, with superior quality
Table candle holders with a firm base for safe use on your table
Polished to perfection and easy to clean, with no hard-to-reach grooves
Lifetime warranty ensures these pieces retain their sparkle forever
These modern silver candlesticks bring a current and classy look to your Shabbat table. Add these silver pillar candlesticks to your collection for beautiful centerpieces to brighten your home.
The Hexagon Collection boasts a clean and impressive aesthetic and the geometric shape symbolizes the six days of creation. Just as weekdays are the days of toil, investment and effort for the Sabbath, so the work to create this collection requires effort, skill and great investment. All pieces in the Hexagon Collection share the challenge of creating seamless joins between separate sheets of pure silver.
To achieve this stunning look, Hazorfim’s silver artists must master traditional sculpture techniques and soldering which does not deviate from perfection. These exquisite pieces of silver art are timeless tribute which honors the mitzvot of Shabbat and flatters each and every home.