Late 20th Century Israeli Havdalah Set by Swed Masters Workshop
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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Height: 4.5 in. (11.43 cm)Width: 2 in. (5.08 cm)Depth: 2 in. (5.08 cm)