Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop
Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop
Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop
Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop
Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop

Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop

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Swed Masters Workshop (Yossi and Dudek) metal Havdalah set for the UJA [United Jewish Appeal] Prime Minister's Council, Jerusalem, 1987. Comprising of a spice tower (for Besamim) and a Kiddush goblet, both have removable stems that turn into candlesticks. Embossed with plant motifs and Hebrew inscriptions, denoting each of the piece's function: Borei Pri Hagafen: the blessing on wine and Grape Juice inscribed on the Kiddush goblet, and 'Bore Minei Besamim: a blessing on fragrance inscribed on the spice tower. The set is Marked, dated and numbered 251/600.

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Dimensions:

 Height: 4.5 in. (11.43 cm)Width: 2 in. (5.08 cm)Depth: 2 in. (5.08 cm)

Material:
Silver Brass
Origin: Israel
Period: 2000