Kiddush Cup – metallic

Le prix initial était : 89.90€.Le prix actuel est : 81.90€.

When design and art meet Jewish tradition. A kiddush glass by Israeli artist Yair Emanuel that will look great on your holiday table! Shabbat, Pesach, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Tov… There are many occasions to use this Judaica accessory.  You can also use it to embellish your decoration during the rest of the week. A real work of art with a sober and pure design.

On the cup of this kiddush glass has been inscribed the words of the Jewish prayer, for even more spirituality.

« בורא פרי הגפן » is written on the kiddush cup. The cup also includes the Jewish prayer, inscribed in delicate calligraphy: « ויכולו השמים והארץ וכל צבאם », עד לסוף הקידוש « מקדש השבת ».

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 - metallic

    Original price was: 89.90€.Current price is: 81.90€.

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    Treat yourself to a Judaica item made by an Israeli artist

    On Friday nights, Kiddush is recited over a glass of wine or grape juice before beginning the Shabbat meal and before saying Hamotzi, the blessing over the hallah. Traditionally, the Kiddush was recited by men. Today, in many homes, either women or men recite the Kiddush. After the recitation of the Kiddush, the cup is distributed for everyone to take a sip. Many families have a special cup, called a Kiddush glass, set aside for this purpose.

    What a pleasure to perform the Kiddush prayer on Shabbat and Yom Tov with this accessory from Israel. An object as aesthetic as it is practical that will quickly find its place among your special Jewish holiday accessories.

    A gift idea for a wedding, engagement, sheva brakhot or any other holiday of the Jewish calendar: Pesach, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah…

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