Height : 6.93 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925

Regular Price: $174

Special Price $122


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Created in the unique style of the Filigree collection at Hazorfim, this silver spice box was formed as an elegant tribute to art of the Jews of Yemen. The collection takes its name from the skilled art of filigree which decorates using thin strands of silver which are braided together in exquisite patterns, demanding much time and patience, and practiced by these artists.

This beautiful havdalah spice box stands on a round platform which curves in slowly as it rises up to meet the body. The body has a circular bottom which widens as it climbs, stopping abruptly at its widest point and then arching in and thinning greatly as it climbs to the top, ending in a slightly wider rim. The cover of this piece starts with a wide rim and then immediately arches in and out, before thinning again as it climbs to the top, and ending with a small ball of silver at its point.

A beautiful, delicate design made up of small silver threads rests at the widest point of the body and at the head of the cover, resulting in a piece with exceptional beauty and class.

  • Handcrafted completely from pure 925 sterling silver
  • Impressive height of 17.6 cm
  • Covered tightly to keep the spices inside fresh and fragrant
  • Lifetime warranty ensures the beauty of this piece forever

When you use this silver spice box to hold the spices used at the end of the Jewish Sabbath, your table will take on an extra level of beauty each and every week.

At Hazorfim, we chose to design a collection to pay homage to the special art of the Jews of Yemen and so we created the Filigree Collection, the central motif being crafted filigree. Filigree is the art of decorating by using fine silver threads spliced and wound in artistic patterns to form large, impressive silver decorations which adorn the pieces.

Filigree requires infinite patience as the craftsman persistently returns hundreds or thousands of times to the basic decoration pattern creating the spectacular adornments on the edges of each piece.