This beautiful Old City inspired Kiddush Cup is a sure fit for your Shabbat or Yom Tov table. Standing at 13 centimeters tall, the goblet is finely decorated with Jerusalem city engravings, a large oval-shaped, royal blue accent with a finely detailed grape cluster in the center. Below is a small banner containing the words from the Kiddush prayer, “Borei Pri Hagafen.” The stem of the cup is designed with overlapping rings, adding a bold look to the Judaica item. Included is a saucer, finely decorated with grape accents to match the goblet. Also included is a plastic liner for the interior of the cup.
The prayers of Kiddush are recited on the weekly Sabbath (Shabbat) and Yomim Tovim (holidays), before eating a festive meal. Wine (or grape juice) is poured into a beautiful, decorative goblet for the ritual. Traditionally, the service is led by the head of a household on behalf of all present. The phrase engraved on this goblet, “borei pri hagafen,” comes from the final Kiddush blessing over the wine.