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.