DIAMOND CHAZON ISH KIDDUSH CUP WITH STEM

Height : 13.3 cm
Width : 7.3 cm
Material : Sterling Silver 925
Volume : 115 ml

  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.

Regular Price: $256

Special Price $230

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With this decorated kiddush cup sitting at the head of your magnificently set table each week, the beautiful look which Shabbat brings will be strengthened to new levels. When this sterling silver kiddush cup is offset by the deep red wine which it holds, the silver will shine even brighter, filling you with a special joy, and making you wish Shabbat would come more than once a week. With this piece joining the ranks of your silver judaica collection, you will earn countless compliments from your family and friends alike when they see your outstanding taste in silver art.


This judaica kiddush cup stands on a circular base which rises like a platform before arching up to meet the stem. The stem widens as it climbs, and then bends back in again, with a small, round piece separating it from the cup. The cup begins with a slightly rounded bottom, and widens minimally as it reaches the top, ending in a broader rim.


Featured at the top of this elegant piece is an engraved border, which appears to be made of stone.


  • Handcrafted form 925 sterling silver, with superior quality and design
  • Firm base for spill-free use on your table
  • Option for engraving adds a personal touch
  • Guaranteed to remain as beautiful as the day you bought it with a lifetime warranty

The glow from your Shabbat candles will radiate off the pure silver of this decorated kiddush cup, for a look of exceptional beauty which even a person with little appreciation for silver will be able to enjoy.