As part of the impressive Hammering collection at Hazorfim, this silver kiddush cup set was crafted as a tribute to the typical methods of handcrafting silver which demand much time and patience. The expert silversmiths must hammer the silver piece thousands of times in order to create these pieces, which is a form of art that has almost been forgotten. Hazorfim began this collection to bring back this method of creating silver art, which can be practiced only by the most talented artists who form this collection with every piece featuring this magnificent design.
The plate of this unique kiddush cup set is made in a round shape, with a wide border surrounding its smooth center. The border has a design made of many tiny hammer blows with a small silver rim encircling it, giving it a look of modern sophistication.
The silver kiddush cup stands on a round platform from which it climbs immediately, rising straight up and ending with a broader rim. The cup is also designed with small blows from a hammer, completing the set with an elegance which is hard to find.
Polished to perfection, with an exceptional sparkle
Handcrafted completely from 925 sterling silver
Option for engraving will add a personal touch
Lifetime warranty guarantees its beauty forever
When you look to purchase kiddush cup sets, think of the way that the flames from your silver Shabbat candlesticks will shine off this silver kiddush cup set, and you will know that it’s the piece for you.
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.