As a privileged member of the Cobalt collection at Hazorfim, the inspiration for this decorated kiddush cup comes from the metal with the same name, and its brilliant metallic silver-white color, which our silversmiths copy by polishing the silver numerous times. As this takes a lot of time and patience, only the most talented and determined silver artist who is extremely skilled in many different polishing and coating techniques can undertake this task. The end result is a piece with a magnificent, strong silver matte appearance, and a masterful work of art.
This sterling silver kiddush cup stands on an elegant platform and curves in slightly before the stem. The round stem arches out close to the top, and has a small design just beneath the cup. The bottom of this Shabbat kiddush cup is round, and the cup widens as it nears the rim.
Featured on each side of this magnificent judaica kiddush cup are ornate engravings and patterns, with a beautiful leaf design at the bottom of each panel, and a floral embellishment at the top.
A beautifully set Shabbat table will look even more impressive with this sterling silver cup at its head, to be used to welcome in the holy Shabbat day. The silver of this decorated kiddush cup will reflect the glow of your children’s shining faces, adding an exceptional touch to your Shabbat each and every week.
The Cobalt Collection is inspired by the qualities of the metal cobalt, particularly the strong metallic silver-white color. To reach this bright shade of silver requires polishing and re-polishing the pieces over and over again.
The lengthy process requires a skilled and patient silversmith who is expert in a number of traditional hand-polishing and re-coating techniques; none of which may be skipped in the process of producing these stunning items. The result is a unique collection of bright silver matte artworks each with a striking beauty.
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