Created in the unique style of the Arco collection at Hazorfim, this silver kiddush cup set is a work of art worthy of gracing any table. The inspiration for the Arco collection was taken from the image of a tree and the great strength it portrays, with its pieces standing on sturdy bases just like a tree which has roots set firmly in the ground, allowing it to stand tall and strong. These pieces feature magnificent decorations on each of their parts which are handmade by our talented silver artists and crafted to resemble leaves and vines so as to further the image of a tree.
The plate of this sterling silver kiddush cup set has a smooth center and a wide border that is separated into five panels, curving in and out by each smooth, silver divider. Each section has an elegant vine design etched into it, and an additional pattern is engraved in the space where the border meets the center of the plate.
The silver kiddush cup stands on a firm round base from where the cup rises immediately, widening slightly as it climbs to the top and ending with a broader rim. The cup features a beautiful engraving of vines which is carved into it on each side, with sleek silver between each part.
Handmade from 925 sterling silver
Firm base ensures spill-free use on your table
Option for engraving to add a personal touch
Lifetime warranty guarantees the beauty of this set forever
Add this silver kiddush cup to your collection to experience its beauty firsthand.
The Arco Collection is inspired by the form of the tree, rooted in the ground and standing tall. The resulting pieces are constructed on bases of firm, well-established arches which rise up to form a collection of superior silverware. Each piece is adorned with delicate and intricate decorations styled on the leaves of a tree.
Hazorfim’s skilled silver artists patiently hand-sculpt the body of each piece and the decorations which adorn it; an exact process demanding skill and attention to the smallest of details. The time dedicated to each piece in the Arco Collection symbolizes the effort and thought devoted to nurturing and strengthening the family unit- honoring the mitzvot and reminding us of the importance of strong family roots.