As part of the Filigree collection at Hazorfim, this silver kiddush cup set was made as a beautiful salute to the art of the Jews of Yemen. The collection is named for the difficult art of filigree which designs using thin strands of silver that are braided together in magnificent patterns, and practiced by these artists. This type of art takes a lot of time and patience, requiring the skills of our most talented silversmiths, so as to enhance the pieces in this collection with their beauty.
The sterling silver plate of this set is made in a circular shape, with a wide border surrounding the sleek center. A brilliant design encircles the rim of the plate, made of finely shaped strands of silver, with a sleek border on either side of it, lending this piece a look of true sophistication.
The silver kiddush cup is supported by a circular platform which rises slightly before arching up to reach the stem. The stem widens as it rises, narrowing at the top, and then widening again just beneath the cup. The bottom of the cup is made in a round shape, curving out and in as it climbs, before bending back out to end in a broader lip, with a pattern like that on the plate circling it at its widest point.
Made with exceptional quality and a beautiful design
Handcrafted from 925 sterling silver
Plate catches accidental spills from the cup
Option for engraving will add a personalized touch
With this sterling silver kiddush cup set gracing your Sabbat table each week, you will be amazed at the beauty which now radiates throughout your home. When you add this silver kiddush cup set to your collection, your friends will shower you with compliments on your great taste in silver.
At Hazorfim, we chose to design a collection to pay homage to the special art of the Jews of Yemen and so we created the Filigree Collection, the central motif being crafted filigree. Filigree is the art of decorating by using fine silver threads spliced and wound in artistic patterns to form large, impressive silver decorations which adorn the pieces.
Filigree requires infinite patience as the craftsman persistently returns hundreds or thousands of times to the basic decoration pattern creating the spectacular adornments on the edges of each piece.