Height : 18.23 inch
Width : 12.99 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925


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Fashioned in the fascinating style of the Lior collection at Hazorfim, this menorah candle holder is a classy work of art, and boasts a modern and sophisticated look. The Lior collection tests the limits of our talented silver artists by challenging them to create art that blends polygonal shapes and rounded walls, producing the image of a circle within a square. By hammering the soft, supple silver into these extraordinary shapes, our artists create impressive pieces which portray the everlasting beauty of the mitzvot.

This decorative menorah stands on a square base which curves in on all four sides and then rises into the stem in a pyramid form, thinning as it climbs, with the stem ending at the point. The arms are made in wide half-circles, branching out from a little piece which sits at the top of the stem, and getting consecutively narrower, with the middle branch curving out from the side. Each of the cups on this jewish menorah are formed with a round rim beneath which they arch inwards in a square shape, ending in a square base.


  • Pretty menorah with a magnificent design and superior quality
  • Polished to perfection and easy to maintain
  • Supported by a firm base for safe use on your table
  • Free worldwide shipping provided for your added convenience


For a Hanukkah which will sparkle brightly, and a glow which will leave you with a feeling of immense joy, add this menorah candle holder to your collection to become the proud owner of the most unique menorah on the block

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.