MAN MENORAH WITH BEN YEHUDA BASE - MINI

Height : 26.5 cm
Width : 27.5 cm
Material : Sterling Silver 925

Regular Price: $1,722

Special Price $1,033

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The Decorated Base Hanukiah is a spectacularly elegant combination of circular motifs and moldings crafted from pure silver and hammered by hand. This model is smaller and the base stands on four corners, each meticulously hand-decorated by skilled, expert silversmiths. The branches extending from the base rest on a series of exquisite semi-circles forged from luxurious sterling silver, a design which requires a precise and perfect execution. The Decorated Base Hanukiah, like all the silver art of Hazrofim, is created in the region of Modi’in. This is the location of the Jewish revolt which sparked the events we commemorate at Hanukah, making this Hanukiah a particular honor to the mitzvah of kindling the lights of Hanukah. The Ben-Yehuda Collection is the first designed by the late Joseph Merdinger for Hazorfim and is influenced by 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. Joseph chose to name his first collection in honor of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, who revived the Hebrew language.

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.