This Judaica item is a beautiful red Kiddush cup that will make the reciting of the Kiddush on Shabbat a joyous occasion. It is made from anodized silver and polished from top to bottom to make it shine at your table. The top and base section of the cup are tapered and have round edges. The base also features a hammered pattern that was done by hand on a nickel plated surface. This piece is a lovely wedding gift idea.
On Shabbat, everyone gathers at the table for the evening meal. It is traditional to fill the Kiddush cup with wine, raise the cup, and then recite a Kiddush (translates to “sanctification” in English) on it. After the blessing, a sip is taken then handed over to everyone at the table to take a sip too.
Yair Emanuel is an artist with an impressive collection of Jewish art that he makes at his studio located in Jerusalem. He is famous for mixing old and new styles with vivid and harmonious colors to make some of the most enchanting pieces in Judaica.