Height : 18.50 inch
Width : 11.81 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925


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This 5 candle candelabra is a modern masterpiece, standing on a square base which curves in on its four sides as it rises and narrows in a pyramid-like shape. The head of this pillar candelabra branches out elegantly to hold the 5 fascinating cups of this piece. Each cup is round at the top, and arches inward at its center, reaching a square base at the bottom, creating a genuinely distinct look, perfect for housing your Shabbat flames.

The Lior collection at Hazorfim is a current, fashionable collection which creates a unique line of silver art, including this beautiful 5 arm silver candelabra. The Lior collection tests the abilities of our artists by challenging them to produce art which incorporates both polygonal shapes and rounded walls, creating the image of a circle within a square. Our silversmiths hammer the soft, pliant silver into these remarkable shapes, the result being judaica silver pieces which represent the everlasting elegance of the mitzvot.


  • Sterling silver 5 light candelabra, with superior design
  • Adds a touch of class to your table
  • Suitable for any type of candle
  • Highly polished and easy to maintain, with no hard-to-reach areas
  • Guaranteed to remain beautiful forever with a lifetime warranty


At a height of 47 cm, this candelabra projects a feeling of nobility, and is therefore the ideal piece for holding your Shabbat flames. When this 5 candle candelabra is standing on your table, your home will feel the beauty of the day like never before.

The Lior Collection is a series of designs which challenge the boundaries of the silversmith. This is a collection of silver art which combines polygonal shapes with curved walls. Through manual hammering, the soft, pure silver is shaped into a cross between a ball and the polygon shapes.

The challenge of the Lior Collection is to create the circle within the square; a task undertaken only by Hazorfim’s most skilled silversmiths. The result is a piece of silver art which represents the timeless elegance of the mitzvot.