One of the most beautiful ritual objects in Jewish life is a silver kiddush cup, used to hold the wine that is blessed at the beginning of a Shabbat or Jewish holiday meal. The utensil has the dual function of adding to a table’s aesthetic beauty and honoring a Jewish tradition that is thousands of years old. These specialized cups often become family heirlooms passed down from generation to generation or wedding gifts.
For those who wish to add a bit of whimsy to their Sabbath and Jewish holiday tables, we offer a beautiful kiddush fountain designed by Judaica artist Yair Emanuel. The fountain has a large cup in the center from which the wine or grape juice can be poured evenly into eight smaller cups. This is a wonderful way to enhance your Shabbat and Jewish holiday table and also entertain children and guests at the same time!
This is a stunning piece that will certainly be the talk of the table. The main kiddush cup is a goblet with a fashionable matte finish, and the eight small kiddush cups are each a different cheerful color. This is a high quality piece made of nickel plated and anodized aluminum that will make a fine gift for the Jewish holidays, weddings or any other simcha. kiddush fountain