Silver Candlesticks – Silver & You!

Bolero Hammered Silver Candlesticks

Bolero Hammered Silver Candlesticks

Our already vast selection of candlesticks has just grown!  We proudly introduce the latest Hazorfim releases on the shabbat candlestick front.

The most popular style this season is the new and sophisticated Bolero Silver Candlesticks.  Sleek and elegant without comparison.  Choose from either the Hammered or Sleek look.

And then there is the Elegant Silver Candlesticks line which has a class of its own.  Traditional and classy at the same time!

The Zurich Silver Candlesticks have a statement of their own to make!  Sharp lines and attention to detail – zoom in real close to see this magnificent pair of candlesticks.

These and many more have joined our silver candlesticks showcase and we look forward to helping you choose your very own pair of candlesticks to grace your shabbat table.

Since we stock all silver items displayed on our site, boasts  close up and one-of-a-kind photographs for your browsing comfort!

3 Responses

  1. Just a short note to thank you for your excellent customer service.
    I purchased the 16″ Rover candlesticks recently for my son and his new bride. Not only did you have the best price on the internet, but you applied weights and and a message plate on the bottom! I was amazed at how quickly the package arrived. The packaging was also superb.

    I hope to, in the not too distant future, purchase candlesticks for myself equal in beauty to those I gifted to my son. I will without a doubt purchase from Chassan’s Place.
    Thank you again and Shalom to you.

  2. The Bolero Silver Candlesticks are absolutely beautiful! I will put these on my ‘wishlist’ and hope for the best! Thanks for the picture. . .it’s wonderful!

  3. Candles play an important role in Judaism. While some are merely decorative they still make great Jewish religious gifts. Chanukah, the festival of lights, is commemorated by the lighting of the eight Jewish candles on the menorah with the ninth candle – the assistant. The havdalah candle is braided, usually about a foot long used at the end of Shabbat.

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