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This Judaica Kiddush goblet is set with twelve precious stones embedded within small, decorative filigrees, matching the stones on the ancient Hoshen (Breastplate) worn by the Israelite Kohen Gadol (High Priest) in biblical times. Also included are a stylish saucer and a washable plastic cup liner for added protection.
This elegant and highly unique Silver plated Kiddush cup is bound to stand out among all others, as it is set with the twelve precious Hoshen stones worn by the Kohen Gadol in biblical times. Included in this Judaica set is a matching grape vine saucer, reminiscent of the grapes used to make Kiddush wine, and a protective plastic cup liner.
The Hoshen was a breastplate worn by the Israelite High Priest who served in the Beit HaMikdash (the Holy Temple) in Israel. Set upon it were twelve unique stones corresponding to the tribes descended from Jacob’s twelve sons, as it is written in the Book of Exodus: "And you shall set it with four rows of mounted stones … a ruby, an emerald, and a topaz … a carbuncle, a sapphire, and a quartz crystal ... a jacinth, an agate, and an amethyst … a chrysolite, an onyx, and an opal. … The stones shall contain the names of the twelve children of Israel, one for each of the twelve stones ... to represent the twelve tribes."" (Ex. 28: 17-21)