kiddush cup eliyahu hanavi

130.00

On the evening of the Pesach Seder, after the Haggadah has been read and the four cups of wine have been drunk, it is time to bring in a special guest, the Prophet Eliahu Hanavi, who is charged with bringing good news to the entire Jewish people. For this purpose, a glass is specially dedicated to him: the Eliahu Hanavi glass. This accessory can also be used for Shabbat and holiday kiddush.

Choose this kiddush glass delicately engraved with a view of the Old City of Jerusalem: the Kotel, the synagogues, the City of David…

A gift to offer for a wedding, an engagement, Sheva Brakhot, a hanoucat baït… Or for any other Jewish holiday.

  • Height: 25 cm
  • Material: Gold-plated metal
  • Made in Israel
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    kiddush cup eliyahu hanavi

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    An indispensable Judaica accessory for the Pesach Seder, Shabbat and Yom Tov

    In the Jewish religion, the prophet Eliahu Hanavi holds an important place. During the Pesach Seder, a cup of wine is placed on the table, and a door is left open for him to enter and drink. At every Brit Mila (circumcision ceremony), a seat is set for him. Not to mention that at the end of Shabbat, it is customary to sing a prayer dedicated to him.

    Various Judaica accessories are linked to the Prophet Eliahu, such as this kiddush glass used on Pesach and during Shabbat and Yom Tov meals.

    This kiddush glass will be ideal to perform the important prayers of the Jewish religion. A delicate model, engraved with the image of the old city of Jerusalem: the Wailing Wall, the walls, the synagogues and alleys.

    A gift idea for a wedding, engagement, sheva brakhot or any other holiday of the Jewish calendar.

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