FILIGREE GOLD KIDDUSH CUP

Height : 3.35 inch
Width : 2.36 inch
Diameter : 2.56 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925
Volume : 190 ml

Details

As a proud part of the Filigree collection at Hazorfim, this decorated kiddush cup is a breathtaking piece of silver, and was made as a salute to the magnificent art of the jews of Yemen. The Filigree collection takes its name form the art form with the same name, a category of art which designs using thin strands of silver, joined and braided in gorgeous patterns, and practiced by these talented silver artists. This form of art requires a great amount of time and patience, as it takes a lot of effort and expertise to fashion the outstanding designs which grace the pieces in this collection with their beauty.


This sterling silver kiddush cup stands on a circular platform, with the cup rising directly from the base, widening as it reaches the top and ending with a slightly broader lip. Featured just beneath the rim of this piece is an exceptional design, encircling the cup and enhancing its beautiful appearance.


  • Handcrafted Shabbat kiddush cup, made from 925 sterling silver
  • Brings a taste of culture to your table
  • Firm base ensures spill-free use
  • Option for engraving, to add a personal touch to this outstanding piece

When this judaica kiddush cup sits on your table to help you welcome in the holy Shabbat, its simple, yet sophisticated, design will glow brightly, allowing you to access the joy of Shabbat on a new level. Add this decorated kiddush cup to your collection for an extraordinary sparkle which will leave you dreaming of this day all week long.

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.