As a proud member of the unique Chentarosa collection at Hazorfim, this silver kiddush cup set was created to convey the magic of a rose, which is a flower that’s used to portray nobility and grandeur. Each piece in this collection is handmade from pure silver by our talented silver artists, who carve lines and add tiny, perfectly sculpted roses to them. With the simple beauty and elegance of these roses and the superior craftsmanship with which their made, the Chentarosa collection has become one of Hazorfim’s most popular and sought-after collections.
The plate of this set has a round shape, with a wide border surrounding the smooth center. The border has a wide checkered pattern made of finely etched lines, with a design where the lines cross that alternates between a delicately etched flower and an ornate rose embellishment.
The silver kiddush cup has a round platform which rises into a stem. The stem rises proudly to carry the cup which curves out and then back in, arching outwards again at the top and ending in a wider lip. A pattern of fine lines cross over each other on the base of the cup, with small rose ornaments placed where the lines meet.
Made from pure 925 sterling silver
Polished to perfection, with a brilliant shine
Option to engrave a name adds a personal touch
Free worldwide shipping provided
The exceptional glow coming from your silver Shabbat candlesticks will give this silver kiddush cup set a brilliant sparkle, making it a magnificent choice for to add to your collection when you buy silver kiddush cup sets.
The Chentarosa Collection was chosen to immortalize the magic of the rose; a sweet flower with medicinal qualities, which has been used to symbolize aristocracy and opulence. Each item in the Chentarosa Collection is handmade from pure silver.
An expert silversmith painstakingly carves lines using a chisel and small hammer, before tiny, specially cast, roses are soldered along the length of these tracks. This expert craftsmanship makes the Chentarosa Collection one of Hazorfim’s most popular and desired collections.