Height : 10.04 inch
Diameter : 7.09 inch
Length : 10.04 inch
Material : Sterling Silver 925

Regular Price: $1,898

Special Price $1,613


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Created in the beautiful style of the Filigree collection at Hazorfim, this impressive kiddush wine fountain was formed as an extraordinary tribute to the silver art of the Jews of Yemen. The collection takes its name from the skilled art of filigree which designs using thin threads of silver, linked and braided in exquisite patterns, and practiced by these artists.

This elegant kiddush cup fountain stands on a round platform which curves in as it climbs, with a silver cup at the top of the piece which the wine is poured into. Under the cup is a wide disc that has thin tracks that run from beneath the cup on top, in which the wine can flow to smaller cups. Six pairs of arms reach out from under the disc, with a small kiddush cup held by each one to catch the wine.

The kiddush cups all feature a delicate design made up of thin strands of silver that are braided together and circle the top of the cup. This beautiful pattern also encircles the base of this fountain, finishing the piece with an exceptional look of beauty.

  • Handcrafted from pure 925 sterling silver
  • Polished to perfection, with an incredible shine
  • Convenient way to hand out wine to everyone present
  • Free worldwide shipping provided

This kiddush wine fountain boasts the impressive quality and design which the judaica silver pieces at Hazorfim are known for, making it the perfect piece to grace your Jewish Shabbat table each week.

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.