Mayim Acharonim – Old City of Jerusalem
An essential accessory to perform the ablution of the hands at the end of the meal. A set composed of a Keli and a bole to receive the water, all in silver plated metal. The Jewish religion stipulates that one must rinse the hands after consuming a bread-based meal. To avoid getting up from the table, use a Mayim Aharonim set: as elegant as it is refined. The most beautiful way to apply halacha. This silver model will be ideal to enhance your decoration for the rest of the week thanks to its chiseling inspired by the old city of Jerusalem.
The water from the pitcher spills into the small holes of the bowl. The practical removable lid allows you to easily empty and clean your mayim aharonim set.
An original gift idea for a wedding, engagement, sheva brakhot or a hanoucat bayit (housewarming)
- Composition: silver plated metal
- Bowl diameter: 14 cm
- Height of the jug: 8.3cm
- Keli + container
- Made in Israel
Expédié depuis Jérusalem
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Finish your Shabbat and holiday meals with this beautiful Mayim Aharonim on the theme of the Old City of Jerusalem
In Jewish tradition, many observant people have the habit, at the end of a meal and before starting the Birkat Hamazon to perform the Jewish prayer of mayim aharonim. This consists of pouring a little water on the tips of the fingers up to the joints. You have probably seen the beautiful sets of silver bowls and cups that are used for this. There are different kinds: silver, aluminum, melamine, glass.
Some are decorated with motifs of the Old City of Jerusalem: the Kotel, the walls, the City of David, the synagogues. Others bear inscriptions in Hebrew: מים אחרונים for example. This model of mayim aharonim, is finely decorated with friezes of pomegranates and plants reminiscent of the fruits of Israel.
This Judaica accessory will be very useful throughout the day: on Shabbat, Yom Tov and other Jewish ceremonies.