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Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup
Kiddush Cup

Kiddush Cup

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Our borosilicate glass chalice offers a modern take on the traditional Kiddush Cup. Each contour of the unconventional glass material is carefully sculpted through flamework, with a textured stem adding dimension and intrigue to this minimalist design. Alternating color patterns along the rim create space for an individual interpretation of the rituals commonly observed during the blessing of the wine.
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Borosilicate glass
In Jewish tradition, Kiddush cups are filled with wine and used in the ceremonial sanctification of important days, like the start of the Sabbath. Most commonly, the head of the household leads a blessing over the Kiddush cup, holding it in their right hand as they recite the prayer, before passing it to each family member for a sip.

On the eve of Passover, this prayer is followed by a custom designed to resolve a Talmudic dispute over how many cups of wine should be drunk at the Seder. After four cups of wine are consumed, a fifth cup is left out for the prophet Elijah, who is believed to visit every Jewish home that night, deciding whether or not he wants to drink it and thereby resolving the disagreement.

Some homes also leave a cup of water out for the prophet Miriam, sister of Moses, who in the story of Passover was followed by a legendary well, sustaining the Israelites on their journey through the desert. This more modern tradition creates space to honor women’s contributions to the survival of the Jewish people.
Kiddush Cup
Our borosilicate glass chalice offers a modern take on the traditional Kiddush Cup. Each contour of the unconventional glass material is carefully sculpted through flamework, with a textured stem adding dimension and intrigue to this minimalist design. Alternating color patterns along the rim create space for an individual interpretation of the rituals commonly observed during the blessing of the wine.
Handwash
Borosilicate glass
In Jewish tradition, Kiddush cups are filled with wine and used in the ceremonial sanctification of important days, like the start of the Sabbath. Most commonly, the head of the household leads a blessing over the Kiddush cup, holding it in their right hand as they recite the prayer, before passing it to each family member for a sip.

On the eve of Passover, this prayer is followed by a custom designed to resolve a Talmudic dispute over how many cups of wine should be drunk at the Seder. After four cups of wine are consumed, a fifth cup is left out for the prophet Elijah, who is believed to visit every Jewish home that night, deciding whether or not he wants to drink it and thereby resolving the disagreement.

Some homes also leave a cup of water out for the prophet Miriam, sister of Moses, who in the story of Passover was followed by a legendary well, sustaining the Israelites on their journey through the desert. This more modern tradition creates space to honor women’s contributions to the survival of the Jewish people.

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