Havdalah silver set
To mark the end of Shabbat in the most beautiful way, choose this silver set. A set that includes a candleholder, a kiddush glass and a container for spices (besamim). The whole set is presented on a tray delicately chiseled with grape motifs. A Judaica accessory that will also serve as a decorative object for the rest of the week. Can also be used at the end of the Jewish holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Pesach, Shavuot…
An ideal gift for a wedding, engagement, sheva brakhot or any other Jewish holiday.
- Kiddush cup: 8.5 cm
- Candle holder: 12cm
- Besamim: 21 cm
- Silver plated metal
- Made in Israel
Expédié depuis Jérusalem
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Brighten up your Shabbat with these special havdalah accessories
On Friday night, we sanctified Shabbat with the Kiddush ritual; now, as we bid farewell to it after a night and a day of Divine rest, we again pronounce the sanctity of the day over a cup of wine.
The Havdalah (“Separation”) ceremony is a multi-sensory ritual using our faculties of speech, hearing, sight, smell and taste to define the boundaries that G-d has established in creation “between the sacred and the everyday”.
The Havdalah is recited after nightfall on Saturday night, that is, at the end of Shabbat. At the time when darkness is high enough for three medium-sized stars to become visible. Because doing Havdalah involves actions that are forbidden on Shabbat (for example, lighting and extinguishing a flame), it is important not to do it before the end of Shabbat.