Height : 3.54 inch
Width : 6.02 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925

  We offer engraving on all of our silver items. Engraving can be done in Hebrew, English, or a combination of the two. Please note, engraving will delay shipping by up to 5 days.
Minimum charge $18 for up to 10 letters. Any additional letter $1.

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This silver kiddush cup set is an esteemed member of the unique Bolero collection at Hazorfim, and is therefore an exceptional work of art with a special taste of culture. The pieces in this collection are inspired by the Bolero dresses worn by women in Spain and the beautiful velvet fabric which they are made of. Our talented silver artists mimic the look of the luxurious velvet folds by polishing each piece in the collection numerous times at different points in the production process, with the final polish done with a mix of conventional handcrafting methods and tools made especially for this reason.

The plate of this sterling silver kiddush cup set has a smooth round center and a wide border that curves in and out like waves, lending the piece an extremely elegant look. The cup stands on a firm platform which seems to curve in folds, arching in and out as it rises to the top in a wavy fashion, and ending with a rounded lip.

  • Brings a touch of culture to your table
  • Option for engraving adds a personal touch
  • Handmade from pure 925 sterling silver
  • Free worldwide shipping provided

This silver kiddush cup set has a look of beauty which far surpasses that of other pieces, making it a top choice for you when looking to purchase kiddush cup sets. Add this silver kiddush cup set to your collection and never again find yourself lacking the perfect silver finery for your Shabbat table.

The Bolero collection sees pure silver fashioned after the luxurious velvet fabric used by Spanish women in Bolero dresses. To achieve the same “velvet” folds, Hazorfim’s expert silversmiths must polish the silver piece several times at various different stages of the work’s creation. Final polishing is done using both specially designed machine tools and traditional hand-crafting techniques.