Porcelain kiddush cup, meticulously made to create a meaningful, distinct kiddush ritual. The deconstruction of the cup into two distinct units gestures at the ceremony itself, in which the kiddush cup passes from hand to hand, only to return to the ceremony leader once the circle is complete. The text revealed once the cup is separated from the base was designed by a master calligrapher, representing a modern interpretation of the ancient hebrew script used in period scrolls and letters unearthed in the judaean desert area. In ceremonials i aspire to link between jewish history, polklor and heritage with modern design, in order to create meaningful judaica heirlooms that will last for generations.
The kiddush cup is handmade in our tel aviv studio. Materials colored porcelain in silver grey and lavender , gold plated interior. Height 115 mm / 4.5. Diameter 80 mm / 3.15.
The porcelain kiddush cup is beautifully packaged in a wooden gift box. This item is made of porcelain and colored porcelain, gold lustre.