Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set
Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set

Late 19th Century Anglo-Indian Silver Havdalah Set

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Handmade silver Havdalah set comprising of: candlestick (height 16 cm), wine goblet (height 14 cm), tray (diameter 26 cm) and spice container decorated with gold drips (for Besamim, height 15 cm)

This set is a particularly fine example of colonial Indian Judaica. It's perfectly formed and finely chased with the Islamic-influenced scrolling tendril and flower pattern against a finely tooled background that is typical of Kutch work.

This is a very special and unusual Havdalah set. The quality of work is equal to that of the Bhuj master silversmith Oomersi Mawji. The piece has an all-over foliate design, with every flower and leaf done as exquisitely as it would be if it were the centerpiece.

 

Dimensions:

H 6.7 in. x Dm 10.24 in.

H 17 cm x Dm 26 cm

Material: Silver
Origin: India
Period: Circa 1870
Hallmark: unmarked