Kiddush cup – hammered metal

65.90

Show originality and modernity with this Judaica accessory made by the world famous Israeli artist, Yair Emanuel. A model all in orginality that struck metal and colored rings.

The artist worked the material to obtain a unique result. You will be able to display your Kiddush glass for the rest of the week as a true work of art.

An ideal gift idea for a wedding, sheva brakhot, hanoucat baït, engagement…

  • Height: 9.5x12cm
  • Material: Metal
  • Made in Israel

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    Kiddush cup - hammered metal

    65.90

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    A Judaica accessory for the Kiddush prayer

    Combine tradition and flawless style with these sublime Shabbat candle holders by Israeli artist Yair Emanuel! With an elegant hammered finish, each one features several bands of different shades of blue wrapped around its center. Modern and unique, these Shabbat candle holders will beautify any space!

    Israel’s most popular artist, Yair Emanuel, studied at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, and now lives and works in Jerusalem. He creates Judaica and decorative objects from a variety of media, ranging from hand-painted silk and hand-sewn embroidery to brightly painted wood and muted metals. Emanuel’s work is characterized by the unique combination of traditional Jewish motifs and modern design and techniques. His pieces are bright and vibrant in color, and are sure to add sparkle and style to any room!

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