Created in the beautiful style of the Hammering collection at Hazorfim, this silver kiddush cup was made to pay tribute to the traditional method of handcrafting silver, which necessitates much skill and patience. In order to fashion these impressive pieces of silver judaica, the silversmith needs to hammer the silver thousands of times, an art form that has almost been forgotten. Hazorfim formed the Hammering collection to once again bring this method that can only be practiced by the most talented silversmiths back to the creation of silver art, to produce this magnificent collection, with each piece proudly boasting this exceptional design.
This modern kiddush cup is supported by a round platform from which the cup rises immediately, with straight sides and a small rim. The entire cup is covered with tiny grooves made from hammer blows, giving this piece a look of sophistication in a very current way.
Handcrafted from 925 sterling silver, with exceptional quality
Adds a look of simple sophistication to your table
Firmly supported for spill-free use
Lifetime warranty ensures that this piece retains its beauty forever
When you place this judaica kiddush cup at the head of your table to assist you in welcoming in the holy Shabbat day, your table will take on a new dimension which will bring you a feeling of great joy. This silver kiddush cup will earn you numerous compliments from family and friends alike, making you feel like the silver expert you have proven yourself to be.
The Hammering Collection is a collection born of love for the traditional hand-processing of silver- an art that requires patience, and highly-skilled silversmiths. The stylish look of this hammered foil technique is created by thousands of small hammer blows and it is a skill which has almost disappeared from the world.
Hazorfim created this collection to return this traditional hand-crafting technique to the production of silver art. The Hammering Collection is an elegant range of value for money, prestigious and pure matt pieces of silver art which honors an almost-forgotten technique known only to master silversmiths.