Height : 3.23 inch
Diameter : 2.17 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925

Regular Price: $209

Special Price $168


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As part of the impressive FIligree collection at Hazorfim, this silver havdalah holder was crafted as a brilliant salute to the silver art of the Jews of Yemen. The collection takes its name from the skilled art of filigree which decorates using thin threads of silver which are linked together, and practiced by these artists. This art form demands a great amount of time and patience, requiring the skills of our most talented silversmiths, in order to enhance the pieces in this collection.

This elegant havdalah candle holder stands on a round platform with a fine design made up of delicate strands of silver at its base, arching slightly as it rises to meet the stem. The stem thins as it climbs, before widening again and curving back in beneath the body of the holder. The body has a rounded bottom which widens as it climbs higher, thinning slightly and then ending in a wider rim, with an opening at the center of the head through which the candle can be put to be held firmly in place.

  • Handcrafted entirely from pure 925 sterling silver
  • Polished to perfection, with an incredible shine
  • Adds a touch of culture to your table
  • Lifetime warranty ensures the beauty of this piece forever

When you recite the havdalah blessings to signal the end of the Jewish Sabbath, this silver havdalah holder will add an exceptional look to your table, leaving you grateful at having made such a wise decision in purchasing this piece.

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.