Height : 10.63 inch
Diameter : 3.54 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925


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Created in the magnificent style of the Lior collection at Hazorfim, these table candle holders are genuine works of art, with a look of extreme beauty and sophistication. Fashioning the pieces in this collection tests the limits of our talented silversmiths, as it challenges them to form pieces combining polygonal shapes and arched walls, creating the look of a circle within a square. The artists hammer the soft, pliable silver into these outstanding shapes to form pieces that convey the lasting beauty of the mitzvot.

These silver Shabbat candlesticks stand on a square platform that curves in on all four sides before climbing to meet the stem in a pyramid shape. The stem straightens and rises in a square form, widening slightly at the top, just beneath the cup. The top of the cup is rounded, arching in under the rim in a square shape and ending with a slimmer square base.

Standing at an impressive height of 27 cm, with a diameter of 9 cm, these sterling silver candlesticks are made in a beautiful form, and are elegant and classy pieces to use to welcome in the Shabbat queen each week.

  • Judaica silver candlesticks made from 925 sterling silver
  • Polished to perfection, with an incredible shine
  • Silver candle pillars suitable for any candles
  • Free worldwide shipping provided

When you use these table candle holders to light the Shabbat flames, the look of beauty that spreads through your home will leave you dreaming of this special day all week long.

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.